Limitation extension: soldiering on with recurrent symptoms

Toombs v PFD Food Services Pty Ltd & Anor [2012] QDC 84

The applicant sought an extension of the limitation period to protect his work related injury. Judge Robin considered that the recurrent ‘locking’ of the applicant’s knee every month or so since the incident until April 2011, when it could not be manipulated back by the applicant to be distinguishable from Eldridge v Coles Group Ltd [2012] QSC 39 at [54], and that each matter needs to be determined on its facts.

I refer you to my earlier posting regarding Eldridge.

Brisbane Barrister – David Cormack

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