Adviceline Injury Lawyers
6th Jul 2017
The plaintiff had been in continuous employment since the age of 16. He commenced employment with the defendant, as a boilermaker, in 2006. As and from 2008, Mr Savage became his supervisor and problems started to occur.
29th Jun 2017
New legislation will come into effect on 12 March 2018 that will repeal the Medical Treatment Act 1988, and amend the Mental Health Act 2014.
22nd Jun 2017
The Victorian Transport Accident Commission has produced an app specifically designed for people injured in transport accidents.
11th May 2017
A most welcome and far-sighted scheme is about to be rolled-out by Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission (TAC).
4th May 2017
The VOCAT can only offer victims of the worst crimes, with the worst outcomes, up to $10,000 for any grief, distress, trauma or injury.
20th Apr 2017
Recent compensation settlements involving the families of pedestrians killed by a wall collapse highlight a rarely used avenue of compensation: claims under the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic).
13th Apr 2017
Since the enactment of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities (Charter) in 2006, it has been necessary for Victorian legislation to be compatible with the 20 basic human rights set out in the Charter.
30th Mar 2017
A recent Victorian decision which provides that up to $20,000 extra for lost earnings is available to victims of transport accidents where the conduct involved a crime.