Emad Trolleys Pty Limited v Shigar [2003] NSWCA 231

The NSW Court of Appeal found that a claim was caught by the motor accidents legislation, notwithstanding that the worker alleged that his injury resulted from an unsafe system of work. As a result the claim was set aside for failing to comply with the procedural requirements of the motor accidents legislation.


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