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13 February Catholic Church has $30 billion. What about redress? A recent investigation undertaken by the Age has revealed that the Catholic Church currently owns real estate and other assets in Australia to the estimated value of $30 billion. In Victoria, the Church owns an estimated $7 billion in real estate.
9 February National apology to survivors welcomed, but redress the key The Prime Minister has announced he will make a national apology to survivors of child abuse but concerns remain that non-state institutions such as churches and charities, states and territories have not joined the national redress scheme.
7 February Unnecessary delays by insurers are making injured workers wait Injured workers are entitled to receive information that is collected about their claim in a timely manner from insurers and self-insurers but this requirement is increasingly being ignored in some situations, and for specious reasons.
2 February The top 5 things cyclists want drivers to know As lawyers working with clients who have experienced road trauma and personal injury, we see the harsh reality of cycling accident statistics on a daily basis when clients seek compensation and assistance to manage life with serious injuries.
22 January Supporting the National Jockeys Trust Ryan Carlisle Thomas is proudly attending and supporting the National Jockeys Trust T20 Cricket Match at Caulfield Park today. The 20-over format game will see 11 of racing’s most talented jockeys taking on the “Racing All Stars” in the name of charity.