In April’s issue of The Fine Print it discusses what is pain and suffering in a personal injury claim and the Senate’s enquiry into visas.
In February’s issue of the Fine Print Newsletter its discusses rights when signing a wavier and why Google is threatening to withdraw from Australia.
In January’s issue of the Fine Print it discusses the huge increase in Court fees for migrants and recent client successes.
In December’s issue of the Fine Print Newsletter we discuss insurers having to pay COVID-19 related business interruption claims and a 2020 work Christmas party.
In November’s issue of the Fine Print Newsletter, we discuss the US Government filing an anti-trust lawsuit against Google and Lemon Law in Queensland a year on.
In October’s issue of The Fine Print Newsletter, we discuss an AFL player that received a $1.4 million dollar payout, McDonald’s and Hungry Jack’s Federal Court Battle and COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance.
In the September issue of The Fine Print Newsletter, we discuss how COVID-19 has changed legal technology, new facial recognition technology and how identity theft has soared during COVID-19.
In July’s issue of The Fine Print Newsletter, we talk about a few of our recent client successes, whether pet insurance is worth it, and a creative way one pub loving family handled lockdown.
In the March 2020 issue of The Fine Print, a 10 (plus 1 point) travel review from my wife and I’s recent trip to Spain. Also, have you ever left a bad google review? In a recent case, a dental surgeons search for an anonymous profile behind a very negative google review.
I recently had several enquiries from people asking me whether their wages would be paid by WorkCover for injuries suffered on their way to/ from work. In this newsletter we will discuss the general rule for these situations.
Will the Olympic Games be held here in Queensland in 2032? And the much higher risks motorcyclists are put in as they are in a vulnerable position.
In July’s 2019 newsletter, Closed Circuit Television Systems or CCTV Cameras are often pegged as the “be all and end all” in security prevention. But are they really that effective? Also, My New Personal Injury Book: 7 Deadly Sins.
In Junes issue of the Fine Print Newsletter, a client of ours succeeds in the Federal Circuit Court, some photos of our new office and our clients share a delious empanada recipe with our newsletter readers.
Let’s just say your employer has asked you to work from home during the COVID pandemic. You decide to take a break and go for a walk- after all, one of the few reasons we are still allowed to leave our home is for the purpose of exercise. While you are out, you trip and hurt yourself. Can you get workers’ compensation?
If you have been injured by a dog bite, here are some of the issues you should know about Queensland dog bite law. Along with an insight into Photogenia, a corporate photography business based in Brisbane and Eric Bailey gives us three keys to succeed in 2019..