Category Archives for Car Accidents

Pedestrian hit by mini bus sues for $266,000

Let me tell you about Ysaiah Ross.On 30 May 2008 at 2.30 pm, Dr Ysaiah Ross stepped off the footpath outside the Sydney Airport and was struck by an unidentified minibus.The driver of the minibus got out

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Pedestrian’s mother awarded damages after son ignores red pedestrian light and runs across road in front of oncoming traffic

The FactsOn 6 October 2008, a taxi driver was driving down Market Street, Sydney. As he approached the intersection with George Street, he had a green light. At the same time, two young men ran across

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Don’t be afraid to tell your Doctor everything – it pays!

0 shares Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 You would be forgiven for thinking that if you were sitting, stationary in your car and waiting to turn left, when you are hit from behind by another car and your

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Unborn child receives $118,200 after father is left for dead in hit and run

The FactsIt’s a big part of our culture…And one we are all so familiar with.A Friday night BBQ at friends.But for Stephen and his partner, this BBQ would end in absolute disaster.It was a Friday night

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What happens if you are injured while visiting a friend or family member at their home?

By Sarah Carlisle While you are a visitor at someone else’s home, the owner or occupier of the home owes a duty to take reasonable care for your safety. Hazards such as inadequate lighting, rain on

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Car accident forces man to live in a tent – $1.2 million award

By Lucy Kelsey In Martin v Andrews & Anor QSC 20, the Plaintiff was rear-ended at speed and shunted into the car in front. He sustained whiplash injuries, including a moderate lumbar spine injury

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Pedestrian Recovers Damages from an Unidentified Vehicle

By Tina Ibraheem In a District Court decision, in which the firm was involved in, namely McLean v Nominal Defendant, an injured pedestrian was able to recover damages against the Nominal Defendant, as

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