Workplaces are a mixture of personalities and opinions. This can result in a constructive and diverse work environment, but unfortunately it can also lead to friction. But what should you do if that friction crosses the line and becomes bullying and/or harassment?
The old school view is that if the matter goes to hearing, plaintiffs don’t want to be bound too closely to the facts. This can be a self-fulfilling prophecy; if the defendant is not impressed by the case at an early stage, it is much less likely to resolve and will be far more likely to go to hearing.
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Just because you haven’t heard from us in a while doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten about you! We have an advanced case management system that prompts us to check all our files regularly, and regular case reviews to ensure everything’s on track. Even if we haven’t spoken in a while, your case is not going stale.
People come to us after they’ve been injured in a car accident. They spoke to the other driver after the crash, and exchanged contact details – but when they asked for the insurance details, the other driver said they didn’t have any!
They say never let the facts get in the way of a good story but was it so good it meant an entire country overlooked the facts of the case?
Centrelink can play a vital role in compensation and has a right to recovery in personal injury claims
Queenslander Susan Kiefel appointed as Australia's first female High Court chief justice
Our very own Noor Blumer has won the inaugural ACT Woman Lawyer of the Year award.
Legally drivers and riders may touch their mobile phones to make or receive phone calls if the phone is mounted to the vehicle, but what about iPads/iPod or other music devices?