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If allegations of drug use are made against a parent in family proceedings, it’s possible that the court may order that the parent is drug-tested. There are a few different tests that may be ordered by the court. The most common test is urinalysis: the...read more
In the eyes of the law, no worker should be routinely bullied in the workplace. It seems simple enough and yet, there are still sections of our society in which this sort of behaviour is common-place. Even in the most high-profile, publicly-scrutinised...read more
If there is one aspect of compensation in the state of New South Wales, and indeed across the land, that is deeply entrenched, it is the concept of “no double-dipping.” If you are compensated for economic loss, you pay past entitlements back to...read more
Truck drivers are thirteen times more likely to die during work than the average Australian worker- that is, according to a recent Australian study. A Monash University research team have revealed the alarming statistics after studying more than 120,000...read more
Are there serious issues with the powers given to CTP Insurers to deny compensation under NSW’s new CTP scheme? Much of the scheme centres around the insurer’s internal decisions and they are under no obligation to fully inform injured persons of their...read more
While you might consider that you have plenty of reasons for venting your frustration about your Court proceedings, posting on social media might not be the best idea. In fact, it could be seriously detrimental to your case if the comments you make are...read more