Casey v Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd; Helm v Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd (No 2) [2015] NSWSC 734 Schmidt J, 12 June 2015

Casey v Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd; Helm v Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd [2015] NSWSC 566 Schmidt J 15 May 2015

In some cases, not only can a person’s mind be adversely affected by distress and other emotional reactions in relation to a calamity but alterations to neurotransmitter chemicals and pathways, i.e. organic changes, can also result. This subtle distinction – which may have widespread significance in personal injury compensation – arises out of a remarkable event that occurred on a dark and stormy night in November 2009 in the Pacific Ocean 1500 km east of the Gold Coast.

Careflight medivac jet VH-NGA was on an instrument approach to land at Norfolk Island airport when the captain decided to abort and make another attempt from the opposite direction to penetrate the heavy weather.

This subtle distinction – which may have widespread significance in personal injury compensation – arises out of a remarkable event that occurred on a dark and stormy night in November 2009 in the Pacific Ocean 1500 km east of the Gold Coast.

Careflight medivac jet VH-NGA was on an instrument approach to land at Norfolk Island airport when the captain decided to abort and make another attempt from the opposite direction to penetrate the heavy weather.

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Reproduced with the permission of Carter Capner Law

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