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26/07/2007

Bad blood in work accident claim

A woman from Perth in Western Australia is set to take her fight for personal injury compensation to the courts after her former employer refused to accept liability for her work accident claim.

It was in 2006 that the 34-year-old Scottish-born office manager was on her work premises when she slipped in wet weather on a flight of steps. She suffered severe dental injuries, including the loss of most of her teeth.

Her ex-employers deny liability for the personal injury compensation claim, saying that the 34-year-old had a habit of travelling about the workplace at negligent speed.

However, the no win, no fee solicitor representing the woman said that he had no doubt her former employers should accept liability for the personal injury compensation claim,

"This is just quibbling," he said. "My client had a habit of moving purposefully, but never with undue speed, all as part of her commitment to her job. I believe we will be vindicated."

 

 

 
 
 
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