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Inside stories: Rory’s law a winner
Inside stories: Rory’s law a winner

 Carolyn Ford 01 Jul 2019

Thanks to a Geelong lawyer’s determined advocacy an anomaly in the law has been rectified and cyclists will now be covered if they strike a stationary vehicle...

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Trust brings change
Trust brings change

 Michael Lombard and Shyla Sivanas 01 Apr 2019

Once warring parties have come together to improve help for injured cyclists and other road accident victims...

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Repetitive concussions in sport
Repetitive concussions in sport

 Dr Cristina Morganti-Kossmann 21 Feb 2019

Sport-related concussions (SRCs) comprise a complex medicolegal problem in the context of Australian contact sport. This article discusses current knowledge on sport concussion and continuing developments in the diagnosis and management of sport concussions that have led to substantial changes in sport rules and raised significant legal issues...

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Ethical marketing for personal injury lawyers
Ethical marketing for personal injury lawyers

 Emma Hines 14 Feb 2019

Social media and claims ‘farmers’ are changing the personal injury law marketing landscape daily and the competition is intense...

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Breaking the chain
Breaking the chain

 Katie Murphy 01 Feb 2019

Australian law requires more than a mere departure from the reasonable standard of care before medical treatment will be found grossly negligent...

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Costs in common law damages
Costs in common law damages

 Michael King 03 Dec 2018

Lawyers representing workers in common law damages claims should take note of the court’s compulsory supervisory role in reviewing and approving the recovery of solicitor/client costs...

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Highly serious
Highly serious

 Michael Lombard and Giorgina McCormack 01 May 2018

The High Court’s examination of “serious injury” in TAC v Katanas will guide future decisions. By Michael Lombard and Giorgina McCormack In Transport...

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Understanding the legal landscape for driverless cars
Understanding the legal landscape for driverless cars

 Katie Minogue 01 Mar 2018

Driverless cars. For some this still conjures up images of KITT in Knight Rider (Gen Y – you’ll have to Google it). Like it or not, the future is here...

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Cyclists beware
Cyclists beware

 Tom Burgoyne 01 Feb 2018

For cyclists involved in collisions with parked motor vehicles, it comes down to the point of impact or the purpose of their journey as to whether they have coverage under the transport accident compensation scheme...

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An update from WorkSafe – Interview with Clare Amies
An update from WorkSafe – Interview with Clare Amies

 Melissa Lirosi 10 Mar 2017

With 2017 in full swing and lawyers back in the thick of practice we thought it timely to have a chat with Clare Amies...

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Increasing the tariff
Increasing the tariff

 Therese McCarthy and Sarala Fitzgerald 01 Feb 2017

Courts are now recognising the injury, loss and damage associated with sexual harassment, and compensation is moving in line with other personal injury payments...

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The gateway to serious injury
The gateway to serious injury

 Michael Lombard and Sarah Thorn 01 Feb 2017

The criteria for obtaining the right to sue in Transport Accident Commission claims has been adjusted by the state government and the process for hearing all serious injury applications...

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