A comprehensive guide to solicitor/client costs, party/party costs and disbursements in medical negligence and public liability claims.
A closer look at two unique cases and how Australian courts have interpreted and assessed claims for compensation for injuries caused by falling trees and branches.
It’s time for Victorian personal injury compensation laws to change to facilitate justice for grieving families.
If you’re injured in an accident involving an electric scooter on a footpath or road in Victoria, who foots the bill?
In this article, we will look at how personal injury compensation, for example TAC or WorkCover benefits, may affect the supports a person with a disability receives under their NDIS plan.
Participants in high risk or adventure related activities are often asked to sign a waiver. Personal injury waiver forms generally ask you to acknowledge that you understand the risks associated [...]
Understandably, many Victorians are concerned about the effect COVID-19 will have on the progress of their personal injury claim. They want to know whether it will affect their ability to get [...]
In this article, we will look at some of the other legal implications (other than workers compensation or medical negligence) of COVID for individuals and businesses, and answer this question: [...]
Compensation payouts for personal injury are generally one-off payments made for long term injuries and losses. With often large sums of money being involved, it’s important that recipients seek [...]