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Published on 06 May 2016: Comcare is run to reduce its level of exposure to claims made against it, so while it does offer support for injured workers, it also has commercial interests to protect, therefore you need to take care filling in the Comcare claim form.
Published on 29 April 2016: Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse announces 30 September deadline for registering private sessions. This will be last chance to request private hearing.
Published on 28 April 2016: Case shows how the TAC can use Facebook images and posts as evidence when undermining someone’s claim to be seriously injured on the road.
Published on 22 April 2016: No Win No Fee – why you need to be careful. Some fee agreements will leave you out of pocket for thousands of dollars. You need to check the fine print.
Published on 21 April 2016: Commission into Child Sexual Abuse to question former officers of the Catholic Education Office. Will the probe shed further light on Cardinal Pell?
Published on 19 April 2016: WorkSafe agents have come under investigation by the Ombudsman’s office over allegations of unfair and unscrupulous treatment of injured workers in Victoria.
Published on 14 April 2016: Family violence Royal Commission: financial abuse must also be tackled. Affordable housing key to leaving abusive partner. Know your rights under family law.
Published on 07 April 2016: New TAC statistics highlight need for cyclists AND drivers to take extra care. Intersections are a particular cycling hazard.
Published on 04 April 2016: Royal Commission into Family Violence backs closer ties between doctors and lawyers to stem the tide of violence against women.
Published on 31 March 2016: CommInsure denying compensation insurance payouts to legitimately ill clients highlights the need for caution in claiming against your superannuation fund.
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