In Victoria you are generally not required to pay tax from lump compensation you receive from a personal injury claim. However, compensation payouts can still have important tax implications [...]
While the law in Victoria regarding personal injury claims for pain and suffering compensation is generally well established, a recent court decision may open the door for victims of assault and [...]
It is important for anyone injured in a motor vehicle accident in Victoria, to understand how their TAC claim can affect current or future Centrelink entitlements.
Polaris Principal, Nick Mann believes that states implementing strict drug driving laws are putting headline-grabbing “zero tolerance” before a genuine concern for road safety.
50 Ways to Leave Your Lawyer: Your rights and responsibilities for ending a ‘No Win No Fee’ Agreement
A lawyer’s relationship with their client is built on trust and confidence. But if the relationship has broken down and you’re considering changing lawyers, there are some things to consider first.
In the unfortunate event that a child is injured in a road accident, they are covered by the TAC scheme and entitled to compensation.
Today’s working arrangements see people working different hours to the traditional 9 to 5 together with a significant rise in ‘remote work’ opportunities. We need to look at the impact of these [...]
While the TAC does a lot to support people who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, just like any other insurer the TAC makes decisions with one eye on saving money, and sometimes this [...]
There has long been debate between road users about whether cyclists should be registering their vehicles (that is, their bikes) if they are using our public roads. Simply registering a bike [...]