Category Archives: Psychiatric Injury

Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd v Casey [2017] NSWCA 32 – Montreal Convention, Psychiatric Injury

 

In this blog post, Max Archer of 12 King’s Bench Walk considers the recent judgment of the Court of Appeal of New South Wales in Pel-Air Aviation Pty v Casey, a case that has important ramifications for cases involving a psychiatric injury brought under the Montreal Convention. Max previously considered in detail the issues that arise in claims in this area in a previous blog post here. Continue reading Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd v Casey [2017] NSWCA 32 – Montreal Convention, Psychiatric Injury

The Montreal Convention and Psychiatric Harm

This article is by Max Archer of 12 King’s Bench Walk.

The article considers the Montreal Convention: the regime governing the liability of air carriers to passengers in international carriage. The Convention is a well-worn route for passengers who have been injured aboard an aeroplane. Max considers the recourse available for claimants who have sustained psychiatric harm. Continue reading The Montreal Convention and Psychiatric Harm