Kerri-Anne Kennerley supports the lawyers of her deceased husband while they pursue the golf course where he fell on the porch

The lawyers of the deceased husband of Kerri-Anne Kennerley are prosecuting the golf course where he suffered a horrible fall that left him paralyzed until his death

  • The lawyers of the deceased husband of Kerri-Anne Kennerley who are prosecuting the Coffs Harbor golf course
  • John Kennerley became paralyzed at the age of 75 when he slid the ball off the balcony
  • Litigation seeking unspecified damages, costs and interest against the company
  • Veteran TV presenter says court case is part of the ongoing fight with insurance company

Lawyers representing Kerri-Anne Kennerley's deceased husband have filed a lawsuit against the golf course after being paralyzed by a devastating fall.

John Kennerley was 75 when he left a balcony at a Coffs Harbor golf resort in March 2016 and became paralyzed.

His wife has spent the last three years as his primary caregiver because he was unable to feed or talk to himself.

Lawyers representing the deceased husband John Kennerley of Kerri-Anne Kennerley (both pictured) filed a lawsuit against the golf course after being paralyzed by a devastating fall

Lawyers representing the deceased husband John Kennerley of Kerri-Anne Kennerley (both pictured) filed a lawsuit against the golf course after being paralyzed by a devastating fall

John Kennerley was paralyzed at the age of 75 when he slipped from a balcony at a Coffs Harbor golf resort in March 2016

John Kennerley was paralyzed at the age of 75 when he slipped from a balcony at a Coffs Harbor golf resort in March 2016

John Kennerley was paralyzed at the age of 75 when he slipped from a balcony at a Coffs Harbor golf resort in March 2016

The lawsuit, which is looking for unspecified damages, costs and interest against the Bonville International Golf Club, is part of an ongoing battle with insurance companies, the experienced TV presenter said

The lawsuit, which is looking for unspecified damages, costs and interest against the Bonville International Golf Club, is part of an ongoing battle with insurance companies, the experienced TV presenter said

The lawsuit, which is looking for unspecified damages, costs and interest against the Bonville International Golf Club, is part of an ongoing battle with insurance companies, the experienced TV presenter said

The club denied any error and said that the risk of damage was clear and inherent and that there was no duty of care towards the claimant

The club denied any error and said that the risk of damage was clear and inherent and that there was no duty of care towards the claimant

The club denied any error and said that the risk of damage was clear and inherent and that there was no duty of care towards the claimant

The lawsuit, which is looking for unspecified damages, costs, and interest against the Bonville International Golf Club, is part of an ongoing battle with insurance companies, the experienced TV presenter told. The Daily Telegraph.

& # 39; Whatever the circumstances of an accident, it is despicable for an insurance company to drag something of nearly three and a half years. & # 39;

Kennerley died in February of this year – five months after the trial was brought before the Supreme Court. It was in court on Monday.

The club owner, Iron Hill Management, refused any error in the accident on March 6, 2016.

Kennerley had a photo pose with his wife when he fell 57 cm from the porch and through a garden bed, according to the declaration of claim.

& # 39; He got up from his chair, took 1-2 steps back and left to stand behind his wife, when his left foot was on the edge of the porch, adjacent to the garden bed, losing his balance and falling , & # 39; said the claim.

Kerri-Anne Kennerley lays her hand on the coffin after her husband John Kennerley's funeral at the All Saints Anglican Church in Sydney, on March 11, 2019

Kerri-Anne Kennerley lays her hand on the coffin after her husband John Kennerley's funeral at the All Saints Anglican Church in Sydney, on March 11, 2019

Kerri-Anne Kennerley lays her hand on the coffin after her husband John Kennerley's funeral at the All Saints Anglican Church in Sydney, on March 11, 2019

Mrs. Kennerley became John's primary caretaker after the accident. He could not eat or talk for three years (photos are the couple on their wedding day)

Mrs. Kennerley became John's primary caretaker after the accident. He could not eat or talk for three years (photos are the couple on their wedding day)

Mrs. Kennerley became John's primary caretaker after the accident. He could not eat or talk for three years (photos are the couple on their wedding day)

& # 39; (He) fell through the garden and onto the lawn / ground surface under the garden and as a result suffered injury, loss and damage. & # 39;

He was rushed to the hospital, where he was brought into an induced coma after breaking his C3 and C4 vertebrae.

The club claims that Kennerley's injuries were caused by his own negligence.

The defense said that the risk of damage was clear and inherent and that there was no duty of care towards the claimant.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Bonville International Golf Club for comments.

He was rushed to the hospital, where he was brought into an induced coma after breaking his C3 and C4 vertebrae

He was rushed to the hospital, where he was brought into an induced coma after breaking his C3 and C4 vertebrae

He was rushed to the hospital, where he was brought into an induced coma after breaking his C3 and C4 vertebrae

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