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Legal advice: A farmer I do contracting work for left his 12-year-old son in the harvester cab with me and the boy got injured. Can I be sued?

I wasn’t happy the boy was left in the cab… he started acting up — jumping up and down demanding to drive. He fell off the seat and hit his head a fair whack on the door handle

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Inadvisable: The HSA says children aged between seven and 16 should not be allowed on tractors or trailers unless the cab is fitted with a properly designed and fitted passenger seat with a seatbelt. Photo: Deposit

Inadvisable: The HSA says children aged between seven and 16 should not be allowed on tractors or trailers unless the cab is fitted with a properly designed and fitted passenger seat with a seatbelt. Photo: Deposit

Inadvisable: The HSA says children aged between seven and 16 should not be allowed on tractors or trailers unless the cab is fitted with a properly designed and fitted passenger seat with a seatbelt. Photo: Deposit

Inadvisable: The HSA says children aged between seven and 16 should not be allowed on tractors or trailers unless the cab is fitted with a properly designed and fitted passenger seat with a seatbelt. Photo: Deposit

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Inadvisable: The HSA says children aged between seven and 16 should not be allowed on tractors or trailers unless the cab is fitted with a properly designed and fitted passenger seat with a seatbelt. Photo: Deposit

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I work as a tillage contractor and there was an incident recently that has got me very worried.


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