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Claims wrongly denied for non-payment of a premium

Most of us have an instalment contract of general insurance. An instalment contract is one under which the insured pays the premium in seven (7) …

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How to Detect Fraud in Personal Injury Claims

Fraud – Insurance Fraud – Fraud Qld – Detect Fraud – Fraudulent Misrepresentation – Insurance Fraud Investigation – Insurance Fraud Reporting – Insurance Fraud Cases …

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Parties review claims as Qld changes workers’ compensation laws

New Qld WorkCover Laws – Changes to Workers Compensation Qld – Workers Compensation Lawyers Qld – Workers Compensation Lawyers for Employers On 24 September 2015, the Workers’ …

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Responding to a request for a Compulsory Conference

Compulsory Conference PIPA – Compulsory Conference Queensland – Compulsory Conference WorkCover Qld – Compulsory Conference Personal Injury In claims regulated by the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act …

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‘Actively Participating’ in a Compulsory Conference

Compulsory Conference PIPA – Compulsory Conference Queensland – Compulsory Conference WorkCover Qld – Compulsory Conference Personal Injury Parties to a Queensland personal injury claim are required to …

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Making a Mandatory Final Offer in Queensland

Compulsory Conference PIPA – Compulsory Conference Queensland – Compulsory Conference WorkCover Qld – Compulsory Conference Personal Injury Introduction In Queensland, parties to a personal injury …

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Projectile case not regulated by motor accident legislation

Case note: Hornby v Opbroek & Anor [2015] QDC 101 MAIA – Motor Accident Insurance Act – CTP Lawyers Brisbane – Road Accident Brisbane – CTP …

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Insurer required to fund rehabilitation despite DNA evidence

Case note: Lee v RACQ Insurance Limited [2015] QSC 120 CTP Lawyers Brisbane – CTP Law Changes – Care for accident rehabilitation – Motor vehicle accident …

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Plaintiff needed expert evidence to prove speed caused collision

Case note: Tinworth v Insurance Australia Limited [2015] HCA Trans 87 (17 April 2015) Background Mr Steven Tinworth (Tinworth) was injured at Ipswich, Queensland at …

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‘Following car’ 75% to blame for unsafe overtaking manouevre

Case note: Veyt v Stevenson & Anor [2015] QDC 84   CTP Lawyers Brisbane – CTP Law Changes – Truck Accident Qld – MAIA – Motor Accident Insurance Act …

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