In this podcast, BPC Lawyers Partner and Accredited Personal Injury Law Specialist, Scott Hall-Johnston explains why people have to wait 20 months before pursuing a… Read More »Why Do People Have to Wait 20 Months Before Pursuing a Motor Accident Damages Claim?
The Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017 changed the way in which compensation is payable for injuries suffered in motor vehicle accidents. Previously, the Court would… Read More »Why Do I Have to Wait 20 Months to Pursue My Motor Accident Damages Claim?
Society now has a much better understanding of mental health issues than it once did. We have a better understanding of the effect that harassment,… Read More »What You Need to Know About Psychological Injury, A Common Workers’ Compensation Claim
Compulsory superannuation in Australia means that many people hold a Total & Permanent Disability (TPD) policy through their super fund. ASIC has found that 90… Read More »Am I Entitled to Lodge a Total & Permanent Disability Claim?
So you’ve been injured at work, in a car accident, falling over in a public place or through a medical procedure gone wrong. In any… Read More »Why it is Best to Use Accredited Specialist Lawyers in Personal Injury Claims
If you’re self-employed and are injured at work, many people are unclear whether they can make a workers’ compensation claim or not. The answer to… Read More »Work Injury Claims by Self-Employed People
There is little doubt that social media has changed the way we live and interact. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok or any other social… Read More »The Role of Social Media in Personal Injury Claims
In this podcast, BPC Lawyers Partner and Accredited Personal Injury Law Specialist, Scott Hall-Johnston discusses a worrying trend of people injured in car accidents… Read More »Injured in a Car Accident and Not Seeking Legal Advice?
The onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic earlier in 2020 caused a prompt response from the legal system about how it conducts its day-to-day affairs… Read More »How Claims are Being Handled During COVID-19
It’s likely that your first reaction if you take a tumble in a public place is embarrassment. That’s perfectly natural, but once the red face… Read More »What to Do After You’ve Had a Fall in a Public Place
While elements of society are beginning to return to normal after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, certain public health and social… Read More »How We Can Progress Your Matter During COVID-19
In life, accidents happen. But where you have an accident that results in an injury, and the cause of the accident was the negligence of… Read More »What are the Pitfalls of Suing a Council or Roads Authority for Negligence?
Bullying or harassment are rightly considered unacceptable practices in any part of society but what are your options for dealing with this behaviour if you… Read More »Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace – What Can You Do?
As your parents probably told you, you can’t live your life wrapped in cotton wool. At some point most of us participate in a sporting,… Read More »Injured Doing a Dangerous Recreational Activity? What You Need to Know…
Public liability claims for compensation are available to a plaintiff after suffering an injury in a public place. While public places generally adopt appropriate safety… Read More »Slip and Fall? What Compensation Can You Receive?
The details are scarce, but there are plenty of stories. A quick Internet search reveals that there were two highly-publicised forklift accidents in the Sydney… Read More »What to Do If You Are Injured by a Forklift at Work?
Like most areas of law, workers’ compensation involves serious time restrictions. These are made all the more serious by the potentially devastating long-term health effects… Read More »Time Limits for Workers’ Compensation Claims