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Occupiers liability: clear warnings required to alleviate risks associated with guest use of recreational facilities
Occupiers are required to install clear warnings to patrons utilising recreational facilities at their premises.
Australia
9 Mar 2017
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Insurer succeeds in recovering settlement proceeds from fraudulent claimant
This UK case was a most interesting decision on the effect of fraudulent misrepresentation in a personal injuries claim.
Australia
1 Mar 2017
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Late claim allowed for medical negligence: When is expert opinion a material fact of a decisive character?
The Court allowed an extension of the statutory limitation period for a belated claim of damages from medical negligence.
Australia
7 Jul 2016
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Claim dismissed: Queensland Court of Appeal upholds 50% contributory negligence finding
The Appeal Court saw no reason to interfere with the Trial Judge findings, described as soundly based in the evidence.
Australia
27 Jun 2016
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Injuries sustained post resignation found to have arisen - out of or in the course of employment
Whether a worker's injuries occurred "out of or in the course of their employment" depends on facts and circumstances.
Australia
4 Mar 2016
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Welcome decision for employers as worker's late claim for damages is rejected - 27 January 2016
The Court dismissed the application for an extension of the limitation period in respect of a belated claim for damages.
Australia
28 Jan 2016
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Hotel not liable for intoxicated patron falling off chair - 27 November 2015
The SA Supreme Court upheld a decision in favour of a hotel sued by a patron who fell off a chair while intoxicated.
Australia
2 Dec 2015
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Car park assault: employer and occupier not liable for cleaner's injuries - 20 October 2015
The Court found in favour of the employer and the occupier, who were sued by a cleaner who was assaulted in the car park.
Australia
26 Oct 2015
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Slippery steps a source of strife - duty of care - 15 September 2015
Home owners in Queensland with regular workers or carers should consider obtaining a Household Workers' Insurance Policy.
Australia
17 Sep 2015
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Worker who caused his own injury was denied damages - 11 September 2015
Causation remains an essential element of any claim in negligence against an employer, as shown in this recent decision.
Australia
16 Sep 2015
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Council not liable to motorcyclist for unlawful act of third party - 31 August 2015
The local council's duty of care did not extend to protecting a motorcyclist from the unlawful conduct of third parties,
Australia
8 Sep 2015
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Exclusion clause fails to prevent recreational facility being found liable for quad bike accident
This alert discusses exclusion of liability clauses in contracts involving risky activities at recreational facilities.
Australia
19 Aug 2015
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Applicant/insurer not entitled to have claimant examined by a different doctor
Without further evidence, the Judge held the request to be unreasonable and repetitious and dismissed the application.
Australia
5 Aug 2015
14
Another claim for injuries arising from an assault fails on appeal
This NSW decision applied a similar common sense approach in relation to an assault by a fellow member at a bowls club.
Australia
24 Jul 2015
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Claim for compensation reinstated by AAT despite a finding that symptoms were exaggerated
The AAT overturned a decision of Comcare to discontinue a claim for compensation by a house attendant at The Lodge.
Australia
10 Jul 2015
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School’s liability versus Council’s exoneration for diving incident
We consider the decision in Miller v Lithgow City Council [2014] NSWSC 1579.
Australia
21 Dec 2014
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Loss of Services – What is the correct measure of damages?
What happens when a corporate entity makes a claim for loss of services of an injured person integral to its operations?
Australia
11 Nov 2014
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Shopping centre and its managing agent not liable for a customer’s injury arising from a slip and fall on wet pavement
The claim failed because reasonable precautions had been taken against the risk of someone slipping on the pavement.
Australia
4 Sep 2014
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Court awards injured worker $500,000 for future economic loss despite his higher post accident income
Future economic loss is often the most significant and controversial of the heads of damages in personal injuries claims.
Australia
11 Feb 2014
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Disclosure of witness statements under PIPA: Mahoney v Salt - 26 Mar 2012
A recent decision highlights the need to give detailed and specific instructions in personal injury investigations.
Australia
 
28 Mar 2012
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