Castle v Perisher Blue Pty Limited When negligence does not translate to compensation. “This is another sporting injury case in which the defendant has the benefit of the dangerous recreational provisions…” On 20 November 2020,
The District Court of New South Wales Considers the Liability of a Dog Owner for the Injuries Sustained by a Five-Year-Old Boy Over Whilst Peering Over an Adjourning Fence in the Decision of Cuschieri Te
Congratulations to Rita Yousef! Stacks Goudkamp is absolutely delighted to congratulate Rita Yousef on becoming an Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law. Rita has worked hard to fulfil the requirements of the Law Society’s scheme
Congratulations to Megan Sault who has graduated from UTS with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) First Class. Like many graduates this year, Megan’s admission ceremony on 11 September did not proceed due to Covid-19. It is
Injured workers' entitlements to claim workers compensation benefits were seriously affected by the NSW government’s 2012 legislative changes including limiting the length of time that a badly injured worker could receive weekly (income replacement) payments.
People injured in car accidents and making claims under the Motor Accident Injuries Act have been ensured access to justice. Tom Goudkamp unpacks the highly anticipated decision in AAI Limited v GIO v Moon. Access
Personal Injury tribunal legislation currently before parliament – Belinda Cassidy summarises this new development for dispute resolution in NSW workers and motor accident compensation claims. Some time ago the NSW Parliament’s Upper House Law and