On November 17, 2007, Kate Campbell suffered life-threatening injuries when the boat she was a passenger on crashed into a pylon on the Swan River. She beat the odds and woke from a coma only to face horrendous injuries, bouts of depression, multiple surgeries and physical rehabilitation.
What also lay ahead was a long legal battle with the driver of the boat, Luke Woollard.
For nearly five years, Kate was in and out of the courts before a chance meeting with a top lawyer finally saw her life turn around.
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