It should come as no surprise that at times injured workers who are considering compensation abandon the plan in fear that they may lose their job. In this podcast, Associate Tim Driscoll explains the legal recourse that may be available to injured workers who face this predicament.
No News Is Good News, but Is It?
You attend upon your general practitioner for a referral for your routine mammogram and subsequently present to radiology, just like you have done for the last 6 years. You leave the radiology clinic and receive no follow up from either practitioner and you assume no news is good news but is this really the case?… Read More »No News Is Good News, but Is It?
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Delay in Diagnosis of Stroke
We have seen an increase in the number of enquiries for BPC Law to investigate cases where it is alleged that a hospital failed in its duty of care to treat early symptoms of a stroke. It would appear to be uncontroversial that the earlier a stroke is recognised and treated the better the likely… Read More »Delay in Diagnosis of Stroke
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