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By Nadia Grech
Article advises injured employees what to do after notifying their employer of their injury & completing the claim form.
By Nadia Grech
Article answers frequently asked questions relating to the Victorian Work Cover Scheme when lodging a Victorian WorkCover Claim.
By Justine Anderson, Jennifer Rooke
Case discussion - did a hospital fail in its duty of care when failing to take precautions and initiate medical treatment?
By Dane Twohill, Nathan Hawkins
The government will establish a one stop shop for disputes involving workers compensation and CTP claims in NSW.
By Martin Slattery
This TRG decision could play a critical role in the future as more and more States implement deed set-aside provisions.
By Kristie James
Resolving a family law dispute is an expensive and time-consuming process, that unfortunately, we may find ourselves in.
By Joshua Dale
Current developments & recent updates in the areas of Motor Accident Compensation & Workers Compensation in NSW.
By Josephine Heesh
How does section 63 of the Duties Act 1997 (NSW) affect the distribution of assets to beneficiaries of a deceased estate?
By Hanaan Indari, Sam Akon
This case shows potential delays and increased costs of family provision claims if a death tax is introduced in Australia.
By Charles Harrison, Nadia Grech
Accurate and up-to-date instructions, as a claim progresses, will assist in guiding the plaintiff and managing the case.
By Kristie James
Your asset pool is determined as at the date of any property settlement or Court Order, not at the date of separation.
By Evelyn Garnett
The cases highlight difficulties by disabled persons receiving NDIS supports and by lawyers advising on NDIS settlements.
By Hanaan Indari, Sam Akon
Personal injury claims vary according to facts and circumstances, so this is a general guide to the progress of a matter.
By Adelaide Ryan
A grant issued by the Supreme Court authorises the executor or administrator to manage the estate of a deceased person.
By Adelaide Ryan
Your superannuation may be a major asset of your estate, so you must direct how you wish it to be paid after your death.
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