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Published on 20 September 2017: Changes to Victoria’s workplace compensation law will now offer apprentice jockeys better WorkCover protections.
Published on 12 September 2017: If you have superannuation you should have insurance cover included in it in case a serious injury or illness prevents you from working. But how do you make a TPD claim on super insurance?
Published on 11 September 2017: Does the new Protecting Vulnerable Workers Bill let parent franchisor firms deny the degree of influence or control they have over a subsidiary franchisee’s operations?
Published on 08 September 2017: With more than 45,000 victims of substantiated child abuse each year in Australia, we must take time to listen to all children in our community and allow them to speak up for themselves.
Published on 07 September 2017: This week is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week which is designed to raise awareness of the daily lives of people who have a Spinal Cord Injury.
Published on 04 September 2017: Ryan Carlisle Thomas lawyers has just published a free online guide explaining how to make a claim against this insurance in the event that a total or permanent disability is preventing you from working.
Published on 30 August 2017: People who have sustained a disability or debilitating illness may have a claim on the insurance policies locked away in all their Super funds, not just one of them.
Published on 29 August 2017: Following a series of workshops, it has become clear to our firm that there needs to be greater education amongst the medical profession about just how vital a medical report is in the recovery process for their patients.
Published on 29 August 2017: Occasionally even health professionals are uncertain about the role played by a medical report in a WorkCover claim, or in the lead-up to a Court Hearing.
Published on 22 August 2017: Legally overriding the special privilege of confession for child sexual abuse would declare that we place the protection of children above the claims to privilege of any group in society.
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