Gilmour v State of Queensland  QDC 199
6 September 2013
The injured worker fractured her ankle when she tripped in a crack whilst using a pedestrian crossing on school grounds. She was supervising many students and there were people moving in both directions across the crossing.
The court found there was not a proper system of inspection. If a proper inspection had occurred it would have identified the risk in time for it to be repaired.
The plaintiff won and was awarded $241 000.