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Workplace accidents and injuries can occur unexpectedly, leaving employees with physical, emotional, and financial challenges.

Being a police officer is a challenging profession that often involves putting one's life at risk while maintaining law and order.

At the time of the accident, our client enjoyed playing netball and spending time with friends and family, including her two children.  Our client suffered from bullying fro

Our client was a father of four children who was physically fit, trained, ran every day and who loved playing soccer.  He was hired as a labourer on construction sites, unde

If you have been injured on a worksite, it is sometimes difficult to determine who it is you must

Our client worked as a business development manager in a permanent full-time role for a few years and had always worked in similar roles throughout his career.  He was happi

Our client was an 18-year-old man who enjoyed playing union, dirt bike riding, push bike riding and skateboarding. 

Our client was 33-year-old man who was engaged to be married and lived with his fiancée.

Our client was a man in his 30’s man who lived with his partner and their children.

We were contacted by a widow after the death of her husband as to whether Law Advice could act for her and her children in relation to a lump sum death benefit claim for com

Statistics show that each year about 8,000 Australians file a successful workers’ compensation claim for mental health conditions resulting f

Our client was a fit man in his sixties.  Throughout the years, he worked as a carpenter, mechanic, had his own repair business and did some landscaping.