Is the risk of tripping whilst running down a sand dune an obvious one? You'd may assume so right? As part of our ongoing key facts articles, we analyse cases and bring you a breakdown of just what happens and the sometimes surprising facts. In this case of Kelly v State of Queensland...Read More
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For many years we have won claims on behalf of clients, so we thought it prudent to gathering some of those extensive details about compensation claims, legal developments, interesting and relevant articles, guides and more, all in to one place.
Some of the articles are very comprehensive and dense, you can search above or view by each posts tags to find out more. Got a question? Contact us and we'll be glad to help you and clarify anything you need.
Under QLD law, what is a dangerous recreational activity and can you claim compensation if injured? Find out more or get a FREE claim assessment today.Read More
The Personal Injury Lawyers achieved yet another "win" in the Supreme Court at Brisbane recently with the Court handing down the decision that the Solicitor for an insurer of a Respondent party disclose the identity of its client, who was not a party to the proceedings...Read More
One of our clients suffered a back injury lifting a ream of copy paper at work, has won $240k. Get your FREE CLAIM ASSESSMENT now.Read More
A claim for compensation that occupied the Brisbane District Court for five days has resulted in the claimant being judged as having “grossly exaggerated” her injuries. Most damaging to the claim was clandestine video footage of 40-yr-old Lovissa Williams conducting massage on a private investigator – interrupted by a visit from police – at her Murrumba Downs studio.Read More
This case involves an appeal to the Industrial Court of Queensland from a rejection of a worker's claim for workers' compensation by Workcover Queensland, QComp and the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC)...Read More
In the case of Sharon Olive Johnston v QComp (C/2012/2) QIC 4 June 2012 it involved an appeal by a worker to the Queensland Industrial Court from a decision by Workcover Queensland, QComp and the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission to reject her claim for injuries she sustained when she fell on the stairs of her home whilst on her way to her workplace...Read More
Another good example of a real claim here helps highlight that pre-existing injury can have a key effect on general damages and economic loss...Read More
A breakdown of key facts and the analysis of a claim to help show you the structure and analysis, as well as outcome involved...Read More
A 53 year old tyre fitter suffered orthopaedic and psychiatric injuries, with a reduced life expectancy which was shortened due to unrelated health problems. He had a criminal history and his credibility was unsuccessfully challenged at trial...Read More
The Supreme Court of Queensland has dismissed an appeal by Dr Errol Pollard, who was injured by a golf ball hit by the Respondent, John Trude, in a game of golf. Dr Pollard alleged that he had been standing dangerously close to the ball’s trajectory and that the Respondent did not fulfil his duty of care to him by yelling out the commonplace ‘fore’ to warn him of the ball’s approach....Read More