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Stewarts | United Kingdom | 2 Jun 2020

Life Beyond Injury following delayed treatment of a spinal infection

At the time of his injury in 2014, JH was a fit and active 75-year-old who was enjoying his retirement with his wife. He loved walking, and every…
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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 2 Jun 2020

Horse riding - A dangerous recreational activity

The NSW Court of Appeal has unanimously dismissed an appeal from the decision of the Supreme Court of NSW in which an agricultural show society…
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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 1 Jun 2020

Workers' Compensation and COVID-19 Series - Part 5 - Common law liability for employers in the age of COVID-19

Our fifth update considers the question of whether an employer in Queensland will be liable to pay damages at common law for contraction of COVID-19…
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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 29 May 2020

Documented systems of work and risk assessments - not the be all, and end all

Allegations that an employer failed to undertake a risk assessment and prepare a documented system of work are a feature of most common law work…
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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 28 May 2020

The impact of COVID-19 on Personal Injury Claims in Scotland

As we entered into 2020 few of us could have predicted that COVID-19 would sweep the globe as rapidly as it has done and that the impact on so many…
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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 25 May 2020

Victims of historical abuse receive damages: Court assesses an appropriate award and apportions damages as between a perpetrator and their employer

Two decisions relevant to historical abuse claims were recently handed down. In one, the New South Wales District Court was asked to assess damages…
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1 Chancery Lane | United Kingdom | 22 May 2020

Consent Orders, Tomlin Orders and the potentially dishonest Claimant

It is not uncommon for Claimants in personal injury claims where there is either a pleaded allegation of fraud or the suspicion of dishonest conduct…
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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 22 May 2020

Life in Lockdown: how changes in our movements will impact the injury liability claims landscape

COVID-19 has had wide-reaching consequences on our lives. For the last 2 months or so, we have been working from home (where possible) and practising…
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1 Chancery Lane | United Kingdom | 22 May 2020

Wall v Mutuelle de Poitiers Assurances

Having worked together on a number of cases involving foreign expert evidence on quantum, and out of frustration having both come close to pulling…
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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 21 May 2020

HO v ADELEKUN II - claimant denied licence to litigate without risk by Court of Appeal

Last month, the Court of Appeal delivered the latest instalment of the costs saga that is Ho v Adelekun. The latest judgment reported at [2020] EWCA…
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