The question of what happens to your job when you’re on WorkCover is a common one. It is complex as it involves not only WorkCover
We often see workers who have sustained an injury at work but who did not lodge a WorkCover claim (‘a claim’) immediately. Often this is
Some marriage separations are amicable, and many are not. As family lawyers, we’re often asked by our clients whether recording conversations, with their former partners,
Injured workers have recently gained the additional financial protection of being able to accrue annual leave while on WorkCover. Two cases heard by the Fair
Update on the Commonwealth’s response to child abuse As the Commonwealth Government’s Redress scheme continues to be debated, we address a question that many clients
If you are injured at work, there are laws to protect your rights. This is why almost all Victorian employers have WorkCover insurance. In fact,
I’ve been in practice for 8 years as a plaintiff lawyer, mainly representing clients who have been injured at work or on the road and
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