A key principle of law is that justice, where possible, should be swiftly administered. Justice delayed means that key elements of a case such as… Read More »Limitation Periods: How They Might Affect Your Case
There’s a lot to think about before setting off on a foreign holiday. We’ve got to make sure we have our airline tickets, passports, visas… Read More »Injured Overseas? How Do I Make a Compensation Claim in New South Wales?
Slip and fall incidents can result in serious injuries. Victims often sustain head injuries, broken bones, back and neck injuries, and more. Depending on the… Read More »Slip and Fall? How Much Compensation Can I Claim in NSW?
Life is unpredictable and unexpected injuries can occur resulting in the need to engage a personal injury lawyer. Retaining a personal injury lawyer is an… Read More »How to Best Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer to Handle Your Claim
For many of us, the thought of seeing a lawyer can be overwhelming, but there are some things that you can do, particularly at that… Read More »What to Bring to Your First Personal Injury Appointment
In most cases, standard settlement terms allow a period of 28 days for payment of settlement monies to a claimant following receipt of statutory “clearances”… Read More »Statutory Paybacks to Centrelink and Medicare Following Receipt of Compensation
Extremely important decision for severely injured plaintiffs Rhiannon Gray by her Tutor Kathleen Anne Gray v Richards [2014 HCA 40] On 15 October 2014, the… Read More »BPC Lawyers successful in the High Court of Australia
Elayoubi v Zipser  NSWCA 335 This case is a very good example of an unusual outcome that may occur in the event of two… Read More »Multiple Causation in Medical Negligence Claims