Posted on Nov 30, 2015

An intoxicated woman who suffered a serious injury to her right leg when she fell from a chair on which she was dancing at a hotel in the early hours of the morning sued the hotel claimed that they were at fault for selling her too much alcohol and not preventing her from dancing on the chair. The woman’s claim was refused by the District Court and was appealed to the Supreme Court of South Australia. The Court was told that after the woman arrived at the hotel, she purchased three schooners of beer and had spent some time in the outside...

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Workers Compensation Lawyers Warn: Time is Running Out!

Posted on Nov 27, 2015

Anyone who searches the term workers compensation online for lawyers will soon learn that there has been a significant shift in South Australian Workers Compensation law. 1 July 2015 brought with it the Return to Work Act 2014, which had a massive impact on compensation rights for injured workers. The most significant changes relate to: weekly income maintenance payments; ongoing medical expenses, and workers compensation payouts   Weekly Income Maintenance Payments If an injured worker was in receipt of weekly payments on or before 1...

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Posted on Nov 26, 2015

It is becoming increasingly more common for witnesses in criminal cases to conduct their own investigations via Facebook.  How reliable is it when the identification of an accused person by a witness occurs after the witness has had access to Facebook photographs of the accused? Courts in South Australia have recently had to consider the problems associated with this kind of ‘Facebook identification’. One case involved an assault at a nightclub where photographs from the event had been uploaded to the nightclub’s Facebook page.  One of...

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Posted on Nov 25, 2015

A recent decision of the District Court has highlighted the importance of not only selecting the correct court to hear your car crash accident claim, but also ensuring that the assessment of what your claim is worth is continually revisited. The elderly plaintiffs in this case commenced their claims in June 2013 in the District Court for injuries sustainedin two separate car crashesin Adelaide.While the other drivers in each accident admitted they had driven negligently,they denied the plaintiffs were injured or that the injuries were as...

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Posted on Oct 1, 2015

SAPOL’s Operation Distraction has targeted South Australian motorists who are using their mobile phones while driving. Police tasked to Operation Distraction have been patrolling the streets and intersections undercover to fine drivers who use their phone while driving or stationary. An Expiation Notice for Driving while Using Mobile Phone issued carries a fine of $375 (including the victims of crime levy) and 3 demerit points. If you have received an Expiation Notice issued by South Australian Police as a part of Operation Distraction...

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Undertaking Wills in Adelaide

Posted on Jun 7, 2015

Will preparation and peace of mind   Preparing wills in Adelaide isn’t exactly something that people look forward to. It’s often a taxing and highly stressful situation but albeit a necessary one as it can prove instrumental towards securing your family’s future. While we have no way of knowing what is in store for us in the years ahead; we can always take the initiative and prepare our family for any eventuality. Getting power of attorney to undertake and execute our will is just one way for us to do all that.   Preparing your will...

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The Advantage Offered by No Win No Fee Claims

Posted on Jun 4, 2015

No Win No Fee Lawyers – a favourable legal arrangement   Are you wondering about no win no fee claims in Adelaide and what it’s really all about? The cost of legal services in the country can be quite steep but what if we told you that there’s a way of getting some of the best legal help around without any out of pocket expense; that’s exactly the kind of legal arrangement that no win no fee lawyers have to offer! The perception most people have about hiring solicitors is that they can be expensive and if a ruling goes against...

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What Not to do When Hiring Lawyers in Adelaide

Posted on Jun 1, 2015

What to look out for when hiring legal advice?  Are you looking to hire lawyers in Adelaide? Legal issues can be such a headache and you might find yourself in a difficult situation but remember that things can always get much worse especially if you end up choosing the wrong attorney. If you’re faced with the difficult situation of hiring a lawyer in Adelaide, what’s most important is to find one who’s not only competent but also willing to show compassion with clients struggling to come to terms with their trauma. The Adelaide lawyer...

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Victims of Crime Claims

Posted on May 23, 2015

Getting crime compensation in Adelaide Have you suffered an injury as a victim of a criminal action and looking to learn all about victims of crime claims? Such injuries can either be physical or psychological in nature and may entitle you to gain rightful compensation under the country’s victims of crime act. Of course for a successful claim you need to properly present your cases in court; victims of crime lawyers in Adelaide can help you do just that and more! Despite the relative peace and quiet we enjoy, sometimes life can take a nasty...

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Important information about changes to WorkCover

Posted on May 21, 2015

If you’ve been injured at work and have an accepted WorkCover claim you’re entitled to a range of assistance and support from WorkCover (now called Return to Work SA). Under the current legislation you have 3 main areas of entitlement from Return to Work SA being: 1. Income maintenance payments for time off work (incapacity) 2. Medical expenses for treatment and associated costs as well as rehabilitation support 3. Lump sum compensation for injuries that reach a threshold of assessment Currently, for an accepted claim, where you are...

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