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The Tasmanian Supreme Court has awarded damages to a plaintiff motorcyclist in the sum of $430,472 after a car crashed into him at a Devonport intersection in 2014.
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Alex Rigon was admitted onto the roll of solicitors last Friday. Alex joined Blumers as a paralegal earlier this year after working in general regional law in Griffith, NSW.
At Blumers we often deal with complex workplace injuries. The complexity is increased when a worker is injured on a building site. The question then is, who to sue?
Somebody else will need to be ‘next friend’ or ’litigation guardian’. If the claimant is under legal disability, courts have to approve any settlement or compromise reached.
Dr Aman Grewal was today admitted at the Supreme Court of the ACT, adding another qualification to an already extensive resume.
ABS data has reported that women are more than twice as likely than men to suffer from mental conditions caused by workplace bullying or stress-related work injuries.
Workplace safety is not a topic often raised in typical worksite banter, but with huge numbers of Australian men suffering from workplace illness and injury each year, perhaps it should be.
Blumers welcomes its newest solicitors, Talia Gedik and Hugh McAulay, who were admitted today.
The Royal Commission has certainly got people talking about some less-than-ideal insurance practices.
Sometimes, we caution against settling a case too soon. This could be because the client has not yet reached maximum medical improvement, or there is concern their symptoms may yet flare up.
Without launching into a discussion of legislation or case law, the key difference is actually a little more basic. Why should someone else pay for the injured person’s losses and rehabilitation?
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