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Workers Compensation Law

Workers Compensation Law refers to the laws and regulations which establish liability of employers for injuries, harm or illnesses to employees while on the job or within the workplace. If you have been injured or harmed within your workplace as a result of the work...

Wills Estates & Administration

A will is a written document which leaves the estate of the person who signed the will to named persons or entities (beneficiaries, legatees, divisees) including portions or percentages of the estate, specific gifts, creation of trusts for management and future...

Victims Compensation

If you have been the victim of an act of violence, then you may be eligible to receive monetary compensation and/or free counselling. Counselling and compensation may also be available to the witnesses of acts of violence, parents of child victims and family members...

Traffic Law

Traffic is the movement of motorized vehicles, unmotorized vehicles and pedestrians on roads. Traffic laws are the laws which govern traffic and regulate vehicles, while rules of the road are both the laws and the informal rules that may have developed over time to...

Trademark Lawyers

A registered trade mark gives you the exclusive right in Australia to use it as a brand and to legally stop imitators. Unlike a business name, a registered trade mark can provide legal protection for your brand and enable you to stop others from trading with it. Once...

Trade Practice Law

The Trade Practices Act 1974 is the main piece of legislation governing the operation of all businesses in Australia. Under the Trade Practices Act 1974 the Court has jurisdiction with respect to a number of claims including: – Unconscionable conduct; –...