Road accidents can be devastating, both physically and emotionally. In South Australia, injured passengers may wonder if they are entitled to compensation for injuries sustained… read moreCan Injured Passengers in a Road Accident Get Compensation in South Australia?
Institutional abuse is a grave violation of individuals’ rights, which can result in significant physical, emotional, and psychological harm. Those who have experienced such abuse… read moreHow to Claim Compensation for Institutional Abuse in South Australia
If you have been injured in a car accident in Perth, you may be entitled to compensation. However, navigating the legal landscape of Perth car… read moreMaximising Your Perth Car Accident Compensation: Everything You Need to Know
Successful Accident Injury Claim On 1st July 2013, significant changes were introduced to the compensation laws and procedures in South Australia. These changes aimed to… read moreSuccessful Accident Injury Claim in South Australia
Personal injuries can have a significant impact on individuals’ lives, resulting in physical, emotional, and financial burdens. There are various types of personal injuries for… read moreWhat Types of Personal Injury Qualifies for Compensation?
Injured at Work Suffering an injury while on the job can be a distressing experience. Not only do you have to deal with physical pain… read moreSteps you should take if you’re injured at work
Accident With a Rental Car Most people know what to do if they’re involved in a car accident in Perth, WA; however, things become more… read moreIf You Have an Accident With a Rental Car in Perth, WA
Compensation for Car Accident & Public Liability Claims When it comes to receiving compensation after injuries sustained in a road accident or public place (slip… read moreHow long does it take to receive compensation for car accident & public liability claims?
After a Car Accident in Perth Being involved in a car accident can be both stressful and traumatic, so it’s essential to know what steps… read moreAfter a Car Accident in Perth, Western Australia
Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance is mandatory for all registered vehicles in South Australia (SA). CTP coverage provides cover against injuries or deaths caused by… read moreCTP claims process in SA – What you need to know
Slip and fall accidents are an all-too-common occurrence in Adelaide, South Australia and can happen anytime to anyone. They often result from wet floors, uneven… read moreSlip and Fall Claims and Settlement in Adelaide
In NSW the Independent Review Office (IRO) was created in 2021 as a successor to the WorkCover Independent Review Office (WIRO), which was first established… read moreIndependent Review Office Can Help with Your Compensation Claim
Injuries at work are often reported based on their effect on employers and the economy – that is, the dollar cost in loss of productivity… read more‘Ripple Effect’ of Sustaining an Injury at Work
The Importance of Understanding Pre-Existing Conditions and Their Importance in Any Personal Injury Claim
The Importance of Understanding Pre-Existing Conditions in Any Personal Injury Claim If you’re injured in an accident and considering a compensation claim, it is important… read moreThe Importance of Understanding Pre-Existing Conditions and Their Importance in Any Personal Injury Claim
CTP Scheme and What NSW CTP Scheme Mean for Your Claim Changes to NSW’s compulsory third party (CTP) scheme were passed by the state parliament… read moreChanges to the NSW CTP Scheme and What NSW CTP Scheme Mean for Your Claim
New Queensland Laws Banning Claim Farming in Compensation Matters Gajic Lawyers | 19 December 2022 | Compensation Claim Queensland recently became the first state in Australia to… read moreKnow About New Queensland Laws Banning Claim Farming in Compensation Matters
Provision of Funding for Legal Advice: I was injured at work. What next? Getting injured at work is difficult. Injuries can often lead to the… read moreThe Provision of Funding for Legal Advice
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The Importance of Reporting a Workplace Injury to Your Employer There were more than 120,000 ‘serious’ claims for a work-related injury in Australia in 2019-20,… read moreThe Importance of Reporting a Workplace Injury to Your Employer/Supervisor
Threshold for West Australian Workers’ Compensation Claims Western Australia operates a ‘no fault’ workers’ compensation scheme, meaning that when a worker is injured during the… read moreWhat is the Threshold for West Australian Workers’ Compensation Claims?