There are important steps a person needs to take in the unfortunate event they sustain an injury from a work accident. In Australia, injured workers… read moreThe Importance of Notifying Your GP of Any Injury Sustained at Work ASAP
In Australia, employers are obliged to report serious injuries, illnesses and dangerous incidents that occur in their workplaces. When a ‘notifiable incident’ incident occurs, it… read moreObligation of an Employer to Record an Injury Notification
The findings of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, which handed down its final report in 2015, significantly changed the landscape… read moreWhat You Should Know About Recent Changes in Law for Institutional Abuse
If you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident in South Australia, your entitlement to certain types of compensation will depend on whether you meet a… read moreWhat are the Threshold Levels for Different Heads of Damages in SA?
Total and permanent disability (TPD) insurance is held by many people, knowingly or not, through their Superannuation Policies. It’s also possible to take out a… read moreWhat Does a TPD Lawyer Do and Why Do I Need a Lawyer?
As we all know in life, there are good times and bad. A psychological injury in the workplace can be serious and harmful, which can… read moreWhat is Psychological Injury and Can I Claim Compensation For it in NSW?
Co-written by Stiphany Yako Institutional Child Sexual Abuse claims are some of the most complex and difficult matters to navigate for all. There is an… read moreInstitutional Abuse Claims Litigation – The Importance of Preparation
On 1 February 2020, the new Motor Accident Injuries Act 2019 (ACT) (MAI Act) came into effect. The MAI Act significantly changes the rights and… read moreChanges to the Motor Accident Injuries Act 2019 (ACT)
The effects of childhood sexual abuse are felt by survivors for the duration of their lives. In many cases, survivors are not able to process… read moreInstitutional Abuse Claims: How Do I Make a Claim?
In late 2012 then Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. After a five-year inquiry, in December… read moreWhat is the National Redress Scheme and How Do I Apply?
Taking out Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance is increasingly common. The possibility of a serious injury or illness preventing someone from ever working again… read moreHow Does the TPD Insurance Claims Process Work in NSW?
Under NSW’s Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme, anyone injured in a motor vehicle accident can make a claim for benefits if they are injured… read moreHow Do I Make a CTP Claim in New South Wales?
What is considered in making a ‘journey claim’? In the 2014 case of Dewan Singh and Kim Singh t/as Krambach Service Station and Wickenden, a… read moreI’ve Been Injured Travelling to Work in New South Wales: Can I Claim Compensation?
When we visit a shopping centre for some ‘retail therapy’, the last thing we expect is that we might sustain an injury. And yet this… read moreInjured in a Shopping Centre in Sydney? What Can I Do?
What does it mean to suffer a ‘catastrophic’ injury? Most people understand it to mean a very severe, traumatic injury that has an ongoing impact… read moreHave You Suffered a Catastrophic Injury in Western Australia?