People working in all sorts of different fields deal with deadlines every day. Something must be done by a certain time, or else there are… Read More »I Was Injured in an Accident a Number of Years Ago, Can I Still Bring a Claim?
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I Was Injured in a Car Accident and the Driver Had Been Drinking – Will This Affect My Entitlement to a Claim?
A person affected by alcohol who ends up causing a car accident faces multiple problems once the hangover subsides. For starters, there are likely to… Read More »I Was Injured in a Car Accident and the Driver Had Been Drinking – Will This Affect My Entitlement to a Claim?
Many people who are injured while travelling as a passenger in a car involved in a road accident aren’t aware that they are entitled to… Read More »What Rights Do I Have If I Was a Passenger and Involved in a Car Accident?
We live in a country where we are fortunate to count on workers’ compensation schemes if we are injured in the course of doing our… Read More »How Are Workers’ Compensation Claims Assessed in Queensland?
‘WFH’ or ‘Working From Home’ has become a popular acronym since the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Many employment experts believe the shift of… Read More »What Happens if I’m Injured While Working From Home?
The final report of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, handed down in 2017, changed the options for survivors of child… Read More »I Was a Victim of Institutional Abuse – Can I Make a Claim Even If It Happened Decades Ago?
In Australia, drivers are covered in the case of a car accident by Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance schemes run by our states and territories.… Read More »I had a Car Accident in Queensland but the Driver was from Interstate. Where do I Make the Claim?
Accidents are a fact of life. Sometimes they are the result of our own inattention or carelessness while at other times, an accident might result… Read More »What Should I Do After I’ve Been Injured in a Public Place?
Whether you’re making a workers’ compensation claim or a compulsory third party (CTP) motor vehicle accident claim, it is possible to make the application and… Read More »Are Self-Represented Claimants Treated Differently by Insurers?
Whether you can make claims for compensation when you’re injured depends on a number of key factors, chief among them are where your injury occurred… Read More »What Types of Accidents or Injuries Qualify for Compensation Claims?
In the past decade Australia has seen an increasing casualisation of its workforce. It’s estimated up to three million Australians now work in a casual… Read More »I’ve Been Injured at Work But I Was Employed Through a Labour Hire Company – Who Do I Sue?
Someone in your family says, “Come on, let’s go to the shops… I’ll drive.” You agree and you both hop in the car and head… Read More »I was a Passenger in a Car Accident but I don’t want to Sue the Driver. What are My Rights?
Australians are lucky that in each of our states and territories, we have a statutory workers’ compensation scheme designed to help you meet medical and… Read More »What Happens if I’ve Been Injured on My Way To or From Home?
Most people are aware that if they sustain an injury, they may be entitled to compensation because their harm was caused by the negligence of… Read More »What are the Benefits of a Specialist Compensation Lawyer Conducting My Claim?
In this podcast, Mitch Herlihy shares some advice on what you need to do if you’ve been involved in a car accident.
As in most states and territories of Australia, employers in Queensland are obliged by law – the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 – to… Read More »I’ve Been Injured at Work But I’m Worried About Bringing a Claim and Losing My Job