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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
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?
Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) claims can be particularly complicated claims to make. Usually the complexity arises from the terms of the policy – TPD… Read More »Why it’s Better for a Lawyer to Handle Your TPD 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
In an ideal world making a claim for workers’ compensation or compulsory third party (CTP) motor vehicle accident compensation ends with the claimant being paid… Read More »What You Need to Know About the New NSW Personal Injury Commission
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
The COVID-19 global pandemic has clearly changed the way we live, and many experts are predicting some of the changes may be permanent. Social distancing,… Read More »Dealing with Your Legal Issue During COVID-19
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
On our increasingly busy roads it’s inevitable that motor vehicle accidents occur. In the best-case scenario it’s only the machines involved that are damaged but… Read More »What to Do After You’ve Had a Motor Vehicle Accident
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
You’re driving along the road when you come across a car accident that’s clearly only just happened. There’s crumpled wreckage, radiators leaking steam, broken glass… Read More »What is the Legal Position When You Assist an Injured Person? The Law on Good Samaritans
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
When COVID-19 entered Australia and social restrictions became the norm, it forced many New South Wales employees to work from home. It is likely that… Read More »What Happens if I’m Injured While Working from Home?
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?