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Making a CTP Claim in Qld

Find out the average CTP claim payout in Qld and how long an injury claim takes to settle. Identify the CTP insurer and start your claim.

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Legal and financial capacity in a personal injury settlement

Adamson v Enever & Anor [2021] QSC 221 This decision relates to an application to the Supreme Court of Queensland for orders concerning the Applicant’s …

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E-Scooter Accident Claims and Insurance Issues

Electric Scooter accidents are now a common occurrence in Brisbane. To pursue a claim for injuries against an at-fault operator, there’s insurance issues to consider.

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Criminal conduct and claims for personal injuries

Brown v Logan City Council [2019] QSC 46 If a person commits a crime, can they still claim damages for personal injuries arising out of …

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Claims wrongly denied for non-payment of a premium

What happens if you pay your insurance premium late? Are you covered for events that occur during the period of non-payment? Read our article.

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How to Detect Fraud in Personal Injury Claims

Insurance fraud has been estimated to account for about 10% of general insurance costs in Australia ($2B annually). This doesn’t take into account undetected fraud. Some people …

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Parties review claims as Qld changes workers’ compensation laws

Read about Queensland’s changes to workers compensations laws and who the bill amendments affect. For more advice and information, please get in touch.

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Tip truck tray injury not caused by host employer negligence

Read about a case where a tip truck tray injury was not caused by the host employers negligence. See the details, facts and judgements here.

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Responding to a request for a Compulsory Conference

So, you’ve been involved in a matter for some time now, and another party calls a conference. What do you do? Read our list of ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’.

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‘Actively Participating’ in a Compulsory Conference

Parties to a Qld personal injury claim must actively participate in a Compulsory Conference in a genuine attempt to resolve a claim before Court proceedings are commenced. Learn more.

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