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Personal injury is an area of the law where time is of the essence. It means personal injury victims must understand the requirements as well as the best way to approach their claims. It’s important to note that personal injuries can include many different injuries...

Personal injury claims are one of Australia’s most common legal cases. However, when someone has become the victim of a personal injury, it can be hard to know where to start, and whether you have to seek legal advice or not. Personal injury law can be...

Personal injury claims are up there with some of the most common compensation cases. However, the depth of personal injury law and regulation is vast, which can make it difficult for victims to know where to start. Many are unaware of the time limits that...

If you believe you’ve suffered personal injury due to medical negligence, you may be asking yourself, “Can I file a claim due to my situation? How do I file one? What’s the process and what can I expect?” Requirements for establishing negligence In any medical negligence case,...

More and more employers today are offering employees flexible work schedules and/or the opportunity to work part- or full-time from home. This provides many benefits for employees, and employers are often rewarded with increased productivity, improved retention rates and better morale. However, if an employee is...

We are excited to share with you that our law firm has recently been announced as one of South Australia's leading Law firms identified by our South Australia's defendant Insurance Lawyers. Not only did the firm get listed in 3 different categories, our Partners Roberto &...

What is a Grant of Probate or a Grant of Letters of Administration? A Grant of Probate of a deceased’s will, a Grant of Letters of Administration with the will annexed (is the appropriate grant to apply for in circumstances where there is a defect with...

How can I contest a Will? In South Australia you can contest a will pursuant to the provisions of the Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972 (“the Act”) in circumstances where the deceased was living in SA at the time of death and died leaving assets in...

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