People who are injured are rightly concerned about what information becomes publicly available when they make a personal injury compensation claim. We’re frequently asked, “who gets to find out [...]
In Victoria, there are compensation schemes available both for people injured in the course of their employment; WorkCover and TAC claims. But who provides the compensation and benefits if you’re [...]
Going through a personal injury compensation claim is difficult enough without having to try and learn the language being spoken to you by your lawyer. One of the first things we decided when we [...]
We look at the potential TAC benefits available for people who have lost a loved one as a result of a motor vehicle accident. These can include income support, lump sum payments, [...]
A recent judgement out of the UK that addresses a historical medical negligence claim may have interesting consequences for upcoming cases in Australia. This birth trauma claim may provide some [...]
An independent medical examination is an appointment with a specialist medical practitioner, organised by the WorkCover insurer, to address some aspects of your worker’s compensation claim or [...]
If you’re injured in a transport accident while working, there are some limited circumstances where you may be eligible for WorkCover benefits and a TAC common law claim.
We have represented many injured workers in accessing their WorkCover entitlements. Some of the workers we represent are migrants. They often ask whether their WorkCover entitlements will be [...]
Introducing a “Ryan’s Rule” in Victoria, or an equivalent, will enable parents to be heard and listened to when their children are receiving medical treatment.
Following the Bourke Street Massacre, there have been 14 TAC common law claims for those hit by the car, 12 claims for the family members of those who were either killed or injured and 15 claims [...]