The Personal Injury Lawyers Blog

Falling On Stairs At Home Isn’t A Journey Claim

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…

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Queensland Court Considers Golfing Injury Claim

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….

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Common Injuries That Go Undetected

If you have ever had to make a claim, or are currently looking into making a claim for personal injury, you will likely be aware of the importance of time. This includes both the timeliness of seeking help for medical problems that arise after an event and also the timeliness of beginning any claims processes…

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Common Construction Site Injuries

Construction injuries in Brisbane and the Gold Coast are sadly very common, making construction one of the most unsafe professions there is. The Personal Injury Lawyers are experts in workplace compensation and can help you get the maximum compensation for your injury.

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