Articles about Queensland Personal Injury and Insurance Issues from Denes Lawyers – Servicing clients in Greater Springfield and Brisbane

These articles have been written for Queensland residents who may have suffered injury in a car accident, slip and fall, work accident or in some other situation. We work hard to bring you fresh, free, useful information that may be relevant to your claim. If you don’t find the answer to your question, call us on (07) 3063 2268 and we will be happy to assist.

Defamation: Have You Ever Left a Bad Google Review?
If you are in the habit of leaving online reviews for businesses, a recent Federal Court decision highlights some risks.
The Fine Print Newsletter – February 2019
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
The End of Claim Farming?
Are you one of the 1.5 million queenslanders target by claim farmers? A new proposed law will put an end to this practice.
The Fine Print Newsletter – January 2019
A new law to reduce truck accidents? In an industry with hundreds of fatal or serious accidents every year, will this new legislation be a
The Fine Print Newsletter- May 2020
If you have had to cancel any planned travel due to COVID-19, but your insurance company has denied your claim for reimbursement of accommodation or
Travel Insurance Claims and COVID-19
Travel cancelled due to COVID - 19? What follows are some very basic tips in case you are considering making a claim on your insurer.
New Law to Reduce Truck accidents
Recently there have been some significant changes in the new law which will hopefully lead to a reduction in heavy vehicle accidents.
7 Deadly Sins
If you have been injured in an accident, you may be able to make a compensation claim. But the law in relation to personal injury
Driverless Cars in Australia?
You probably heard of the accident that happened in Arizona last year, when Uber’s driverless car hit a pedestrian who later died in hospital. Where
Newsletter Profile Interview: Eric Bailey
Eric Bailey has spoken to over 3.5 million people globally. Now he is helping Australian entrepreneurs succeed   You came to Australia in your early