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Published on 16 April 2013: The Federal Government has announced that $44 million in funding will be made available for counselling for victims of institutional child sex abuse as part of the support services being offered as part of the Royal Commission processes
Published on 16 April 2013: Guidelines relating to statements by victims to the Royal Commission have been released.
Published on 10 April 2013: Our firm has helped nearly 70,000 claims on behalf of WorkCover and TAC clients. There aren't too many questions that we haven't heard, and answered, before. Part Five.
Published on 10 April 2013: RCT will now start notifying the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce of claims for compensation for the reparation scheme recently announced.
Published on 05 April 2013: Our firm has helped nearly 70,000 claims on behalf of WorkCover and TAC clients. There aren't too many questions that we haven't heard, and answered, before. Part Four
Published on 28 March 2013: Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus has announced that survivors of abuse will be able to tell their stories to the Royal Commission in less formal, private hearings.
Published on 27 March 2013: Whilst many workplaces have had coordinated measures of preventing asbestos exposure in place for a number of years, many people in the community have not had the same protection or understand the risk they have of being exposed.
Published on 27 March 2013: Victims and military compensation lawyers question the need for such a short claims deadline for the ADF Abuse Reparation Scheme.
Published on 19 March 2013: Our firm has helped nearly 70,000 claims on behalf of WorkCover and TAC clients. There aren't too many questions that we haven't heard, and answered, before. Part Three.
Published on 19 March 2013: Defence Minister, Stephen Smith, has announced that new claimants will face a cut off date of 31 May 2013.
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