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When does death equate to permanent impairment?

When does death equate to permanent impairment?

Author: Chloe Howard, Lawyer In November 2017, the Supreme Court of NSW upheld a decision of the Appeal Panel of the Workers Compensation Commission in respect of a determination of whole person impairment. What is unusual about this case is the worker in question died as a result of his injuries. The Supreme Court ultimately […]

Cyclists hit with huge fine increases for cycling offences in NSW

Author: Michael Short, Special Counsel and Accredited Specialists in Personal Injury Law A very interesting article published in the Guardian last week reported on the continuation of City of Sydney’s ‘war on cyclists’, with the latest development being a recent dramatic increase in fines for a number of cycling offences in New South Wales.  As an example, the fine for […]
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