Fraternity Club's margarita victims have a 'strong claim' to sue club, lawyer says

Nadine Morton
Updated November 16 2023 - 8:38am, first published November 15 2023 - 8:30pm
The Fraternity Club and (inset from top) lawyer Michelle Walsh, NSW Health Minister Ryan Park and his wife Kara Lamond, and a margarita. Pictures Adam McLean, Robert Peet
The Fraternity Club and (inset from top) lawyer Michelle Walsh, NSW Health Minister Ryan Park and his wife Kara Lamond, and a margarita. Pictures Adam McLean, Robert Peet

Two women left seriously injured after drinking contaminated margaritas at the Fraternity Club have a "strong claim" against the club, a Wollongong lawyer says.

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Nadine Morton

Nadine Morton

Senior journalist

Nadine Morton covers emergency services and breaking news for the Illawarra Mercury. She takes pride in regional journalism which she believes is crucial to informing our towns and cities. Have a story? Email her at nadine.morton@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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