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The Truth About Trasylol

Update: The Truth About Trasylol

The Truth About Trasylol  – Trasylol could be responsible for death, stroke, heart attack or kidney failure, you should act quickly.

Following the airing of the news and current affairs program, Sunday Night, on 12 October 2014, BPC Lawyers have received a number of enquiries from people wondering whether the administration of Aprotintin (known commonly as Trasylol) may have contributed to the loss of a loved one or resulted in stroke, kidney failure or heart attack.

We encourage all those who believe they may have been affected by the administration of Trasylol to make contact with our firm. There are significant cost benefits associated with being a client of a firm that represents other clients in similar circumstances. These benefits arise as a result of the sharing of costs associated with investigating proceedings.

If you or a loved one suspect Trasylol could be responsible for death, stroke, heart attack or kidney failure, you should act quickly. Please contact BPC Lawyers on 8280 6900 to discuss your case with a specialist solicitor or email: info [at]

About BPC: BPC provides people with workers compensation claims, motor accident claims and public liability claims. BPC has its origins in a legal practice started by Barry Beilby in 1975.

Good Samaritan injured in nightclub attack

In July 2009 Courtenay Poulden was interviewed by A Current Affair regarding a client who was badly injured in an attack outside a nightclub. While BPC achieved a positive result with the judge awarding over $4 million compensation to the client, the nightclub’s foreign registered insurer has since closed. To watch the episode and Courtenay’s interview, click here.

Armed robbery – Broken Hill

Police are appealing for the public to help with identifying men, who may be able to assist police with inquiries, following an armed robbery at a shop in Broken Hill.

About 10.30pm on Thursday 26 January 2012, two men, one armed with a shotgun, entered the office area of a shop on Brookfield Avenue.

The business was closed at the time and a 60-year-old man was counting money in the office.

The men threatened the 60-year-old man before assaulting him with the shotgun.

They took an amount of money before leaving the premises.

Police from Broken Hill Police Station attended the premises and established a crime scene, which was examined by forensic specialists.

Ambulance Paramedics treated the man at the scene.

The first man, who was carrying a firearm at the time of the robbery, has been described to police as being of large build. He was last seen wearing dark clothing.

The second man is of skinny build and was last seen wearing dark clothing. He was also carrying a duffel bag.

BPC Lawyers has had a number of successful claims recently acting on behalf of the victims of robberies. If you would like further information, please contact BPC Lawyers on 1800 300 272. 

Source: NSW Police Force, Media Archive

BPC in the News

Many of our clients would have seen our partner, Courtenay Poulden appear on Today Tonight recently. Courtenay was being interviewed following a decision of the Supreme Court which accepted our argument that our client was entitled to substantial compensation as a result of negligent dental treatment.

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