In the TAC common law case of ‘Phromphian v the Transport Accident Commission’, the County Court was asked to determine whether an injured motorcyclist had suffered a "serious injury" in a motor [...]
In the TAC common law case of ‘Broom v the Transport Accident Commission’, the County Court was asked to determine whether an injured passenger had suffered a "serious injury" and whether he was [...]
Lump sum compensation after a motor vehicle accident in Victoria can be in the form of an impairment benefit and in some circumstances, it can be for what is known as common law damages.
When I tell people that I’m a medical negligence lawyer, one of the most common questions is about one of the rarest events in medical negligence law: “Do you ever see cases where the surgeon has [...]
In the case of Waine v Carnival (P&O Cruises), Ms Waine sued for damages for medical negligence as a result of the advice and treatment provided by the medical officers on a cruise ship.
TAC case review: this case highlights that a driver’s duty of care, in appropriate circumstances, extends to the duty to warn of potential hazards to their passengers and other road users, such [...]
You generally have 6 years to lodge your WorkCover common law claim but, in some circumstances, the Court can allow an extension of time.
We explore your options if you lodge a TAC serious injury application after a road crash and it is denied by the TAC.
We examine worker’s compensation claims for a CRPS injury and a recent Supreme Court judgment that awarded a plaintiff suffering with CRPS over $1.95 million in compensation.
Are there any consumer protection rights or medical negligence compensation options if your cosmetic surgery goes wrong?