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  1. Neighbour injured by “obvious risk”

    14 October 2019 | Insurance & Health Law

    A residential occupier was not liable for serious injuries suffered by a neighbour who fell through a laserlite patio roof while removing a solar hot water unit. The risk of stepping onto laserlite panels and falling was found by the Court to be an...

  2. Storage of archive boxes brings down Qantas defence

    10 September 2018 | Insurance & Health Law

    Prior training and experience in occupational health and safety procedures does not reduce an employer’s duty to protect employees against foreseeable risks of harm. In Issue Whether boxes jammed under a desk presented a foreseeable risk that the...