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Mount Isa Mines v Pusey (1970) 125 CLR 383

This case considered the issue of nervous shock and whether or not a person could be compensated for a psychiatric illness that resulted from the nervous shock from witnessing the injuries of a fellow work mate.

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Mount Isa Mines v Pusey (1970) 125 CLR 383
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