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If you have suffered an injury or illness that causes you to stop work then you may be able to pursue a Total and Permanent Disablement (“TPD”) claim.
What is a TPD claim?
A TPD claim is an insurance claim covered by either your Superannuation fund or through a separate insurance policy.
Most Superannuation Policies...
Public sentiment towards the death penalty is gradually changing in the Asia Pacific.
If you disagree with a decision made by the DVA you are certainly entitled to dispute the decision. The process involved with disputing the decision depends which legislation your claim has been made under.
Dispute Process – Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2004 (MRCA)
If your injury has arisen out of service...
If you’re asked by a police officer to submit to an alcotest or breath analysis or both, the law in South Australia expects you to obey with such a direction. The purpose of this blog is to explore the legal grounds for such a request and the obligations of the requested party, as well as their rights. This blog also...
The studies and statistics of the effect of menopause on women in the workplace is the obvious starting point. In 2020 the Harvard Business Review published findings of the American Society of Endocrinology that disclosed that a quarter of women will experience serious symptoms.
So, how can you avoid a cyber-attack?
Practitioners should always be vigilant with their communications and use of technology, including computers and mobiles. Here are some tips prepared by the Australian Cyber Security Centre and the South Australian Law Society on how to reduce the risk of a cyber-attack:
Making a Comcare claim for a work injury can be a daunting process – but if the claim is rejected, it can be even more overwhelming and stressful.
It is critical to know that if your claim is rejected there are steps that can be taken to challenge this. Legal assistance is crucial to ensure the best outcome possible.
If you experienced abuse while serving in the Australian Defence Force and wish to apply for compensation under the Defence Reparation Scheme, you must do so before 30 June 2022!
Compensation is in the form of a one-off payment of up to $50,000.
Act now. Don’t lose your chance.
What is the Defence Reparation Scheme?
Gel blasters (otherwise referred to as hydro blasters or gel ball blasters) are replica toy guns that shoot gel pellets – or gel balls – that have been soaked in water. They're often compared to nerf guns or those used in paintball or laser skirmish due to their similar design.