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Melbourne woman injured after slipping on lettuce at Coles in Wyndham Vale loses appeal


Woman seeking compensation from Coles after slipping on a lettuce leaf loses her legal appeal – after doctors found the vegetable was not to blame for her pain

  • Coles shopper who slipped on lettuce has lost her legal bid for compensation
  • Kanwaleen Bhelley claims she injured her knee and back in the fall in May 2020
  • Medical panel ruled she didn’t meet  threshold required for compensation
  • She lodged an appeal to the court, alleging panel made jurisdictional errors
  • Victoria’s Supreme Court ruled in favour of panel and dismissed appeal

A Melbourne woman who claimed she injured her knee and back after she slipped on a piece of lettuce during a trip to the supermarket has lost her legal bid for compensation.

Kanwaleen Bhelley, 43, claimed she suffered a…



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