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Evidence and symptoms must support damages claim
Bawden v Proserprine Cooperative Sugar Milling Association Ltd 9 April 2015 [QDC 205]. This case highlights that in the case of a psychiatric injury, that evidence and symptoms must support the damages claim.
Impact of injury on Economic Loss
Judge v RH Grey & Son Pty Ltd & Ors  QDC 33. This case demonstrates the impact an injury can have on a worker’s ability to earn income over their working life.
No foreseeable risk of injury
Love v Lindsays Bros Management Pty Ltd  QDC 174 30 August 2013. This case demonstrates an assault would not have been prevented by any steps the employer might have taken, and there was no foreseeable risk of injury.
Future economic loss and paid services past retirement age
Cameron v Foster & Lahey T/AS GF Hills Removals & Mini Storage, 29 September 2011. This case study highlights how a Court may rule future economic loss allowances to workers past the age of retirement and make allowances for future paid services that were provided gratuitously by family members.
Injury attributable to pre-existing back disease
Geary v REJV Services Pty Ltd & Ors  QSC. This case emphasises the importance of gathering past medical information to establish the extent of symptoms suffered due to pre-existing degeneration prior to the work event.
Injury of an employee due to an unsafe system of work
Anderson v AWWW Pty Ltd  QDC155 12 July 2013. The Court expects employers to implement and enforce a safe system of work to ensure that workers are not injured while at work.