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QUEENSLAND CAR ACCIDENT CLAIMS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Have you been injured in a car accident? You may be eligible to make a claim. What is a CTP claim? A CTP (Compulsory Third Party) claim is an insurance claim for a lump sum to compensate you for injuries sustained ...
June 2021 Read More

Pandemic sea-changers or Ex-pats returning to QUEENSLAND?

You’re not alone. Waves of pandemic sea-changers and ex-pats returning to Australia have a Queensland expert on-side and ready to help.  Pandemic sea-changers or Ex-pats returning to QUEENSLAND? The pandemic has de...
April 2021 Read More

Lunar New Year. The Year of the Metal Ox; mobile and strong

Lunar New Year is on Friday 12 February this year and it's the lucky Year of the Ox. It's called the Lunar New Year because it marks the first new moon of the lunisolar calendars which are regulated by the cycles o...
February 2021 Read More

Etiquette on Aussie Roads

Aussie Road Etiquette Guide Your blinker is your best mate. Always let others know you're changing lanes, snapping a park or turning into a driveway. A smile and wave goes a long way. It's nice to be nice, so g...
February 2021 Read More

Redcliffe Peninsula – have fun, save money

Our Pick of the Week comes from the beautiful Redcliffe Jetty. When you find a great fresh food and artisan market you want to visit again and again, especially on the water at Redcliffe on a Sunday morning. These mar...
February 2021 Read More

Japanese Osechi food for New Year health and prosperity

At Phoenix Law, We Speak Your Language, and we understand your customs.   "In Japan, the New Year is the biggest celebration of the year. We have a proverb in Japan, “the total for the year is on New Year’s Day”. I...
January 2021 Read More

Home Run for Brisbane Bandits and Phoenix Law

The Baseball nuts at Phoenix Law & Associates support and sponsor The BRISBANE BANDITS for the 2020-21 ABL Season. The Brisbane Bandits are proud to announce Phoenix Law and Associates is a Platinum Partner with t...
October 2020 Read More

注意COVID-19於工作場所的效應!

隨著眾多企業和公司正努力思量後COVID-19的市場環境,在未來的不確定時期內,人們可能將重點放在提高效率和節省成本上。 如果您從事辦公室或其他非勞力工作,那麼這一切都很好,但是從事工廠配送,建築,採礦以及其他製造業工人(...
April 2020 Read More

Fique atento aos efeitos do COVID-19 no local de trabalho!

Com as empresas e corporações comtemplando a situação de mercado pós COVID-19, é provável haver um foco em maior eficiência e corte de gastos por tempo indeterminado.   Está bem e seguro quem trabalha em es...
April 2020 Read More

¡Estén atentos a los efectos de COVID-19 en el lugar de trabajo!

Dado que las empresas y corporaciones analizan la situación del mercado posterior a COVID-19, es probable que haya un enfoque en una mayor eficiencia y recorten el gasto indefinidamente. Es bueno y seguro para quie...
April 2020 Read More

PAY ATTENTION TO THE EFFECT OF COVID-19 IN THE WORKPLACE! !

Pay attention to the effect of COVID-19 in the workplace! As many enterprises and companies are trying to think about the post-COVID-19 market environment, in the uncertain period in the future, people may focus on...
April 2020 Read More

Execution of Will – whilst COVID-19 isolation

I  made a new will and need to execute it. However, I cannot meet with my solicitor in person, nor organise two independent witnesses because of self isolation and social distancing. What should I do? On 22 April, ...
April 2020 Read More

NATIONAL CABINET MANDATORY CODE OF CONDUCT – SME COMMERCIAL LEASING PRINCIPLES DURING COVID-19

On 7 April 2020, the National Cabinet released the National Code of Conduct (Code) to SME industrial and retail tenancies affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this Code is to impose the certain set of ...
April 2020 Read More

BE AWARE OF COVID-19 EFFECTS IN THE WORK PLACE!!

As business and corporations contemplate a post-COVID-19 market environment, it is likely that there will be a focus on greater efficiencies and cost savings in the uncertain times ahead. This is all well and good ...
April 2020 Read More
Phoenix Law Migration

Protection visa cancellation on the ground of incorrect information

In the last few years many recognised refugees have seen their Permanent Protection Visa’s (Subclass 866) cancelled on the basis of incorrect information provided at the time of initial asylum claim when they arrived ...
February 2020 Read More
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The First Home Loan Deposit Scheme has officially started!

The Scheme is a new initiative from the Australian Government designed to support eligible first home buyers purchase a home sooner. The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC) will provide a guara...
February 2020 Read More
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A Look at Copyright, Trademarks and Patents

Intellectual property (IP) laws protect intangible assets owned by you or your business including trademarks, designs, photography, patents, secret processes, formulas and more. These laws are designed to protect indi...
January 2019 Read More

Do I Need A Lawyer to Review My Commercial Lease?

If you’re about to sign a lease for business purposes I have three messages for you: Congratulations on your new business venture and; Whatever you do, DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING WITHOUT A LAWYER. In fact, don’t even s...
August 2018 Read More

Do I Have to Pay Tax On Crowdfunding?

Kickstarter, GoFundMe and other crowdfunding platforms have exploded in popularity in the past five years, and it’s essential for anyone running a campaign to know how the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) views the mo...
December 2017 Read More

3 Basic Agreements Business Partners Regret Not Making

Grit, determination and the right amount of funding aren’t all that it takes to successfully go into business with someone. No matter how solid your partnership may seem at the outset, you need to nut out a few basic ...
November 2017 Read More

Things to consider before buying an existing business

Vendor – Why is the business being sold? Costs – What variable and fixed costs will there be? Profits – Do previous financial statements show that the business is profitable? Assets – What assets are owned by the b...
March 2016 Read More

What happens if you die without a valid will?

If you die in Queensland without a will the state deems you to have died ‘intestate’. Queensland intestate laws govern the distribution of your estate among next of kin, including your spouse and children, some provi...
March 2016 Read More

4 Legal Rights All New Mums Should Know About

Every expecting mum has, at some point, pondered what their parental rights are. From birth certificates to breastfeeding, vaccinations, and returning to work, there’s a lot to think about – especially when you’re ...
May 2018 Read More

Can My Ex Withhold Access If I Haven’t Paid Child Support?

Hi, I have two kids (six and seven) that I always spend time with over the Easter holidays. My ex and I don’t have this in writing though. When it comes to payments and visits, we just have a verbal arrangement tha...
March 2018 Read More

Marriage Equality 2018: 4 Legal Benefits Worth Celebrating

Are you wondering what all the fuss is about when it comes to marriage equality? If you, like many Australians, think same-sex couples had all the rights they needed before the Marriage Amendment Bill 2017 was passed...
February 2018 Read More

Is Your Marriage Legally Recognised in Australia?

Are you flirting with the idea of an overseas elopement, but aren’t sure if you’ll need to remarry when you get back home? Or perhaps you’re already married and need to know if your overseas union is recognised in Aus...
November 2017 Read More

3 Relationship Law Myths You Can’t Afford to Believe

February may be the month for romance, but when it comes to relationship law, love cannot afford to be blind. In this blog, we debunk the top three legal myths our family lawyers hear, and explain why believing them ...
November 2017 Read More

Going Through a Separation? 3 Crucial Ways to Protect Yourself

If you’ve ever had a serious, long-term relationship, you’ll know how deeply intertwined lives can become – which is why a separation often makes for a difficult, painful, and volatile experience.  Like any situa...
October 2017 Read More

Are You Guilty Of Social Media Defamation? Think Before You Tweet

Embattled politicians, disgruntled ex-spouses and badly reviewed builders are just some of the Queenslanders who have successfully taken their detractors to court for Facebook defamation in the last 12 months. In th...
September 2017 Read More

When can civil legal action be pursued?

Before deciding whether to commence legal action, you must identify your ideal outcome, whether it be compensation, reinstatement of a job or just an acknowledgement of fault. Our lawyers will use this information to ...
March 2016 Read More

How Your Elderly Mum Can Achieve An Australian Visa

Are you trying to bring your parent to Australia?   Last week, the Australian government officially announced a new parent visa subclass: The 870 Sponsored Parent Visa. The 870 visa gives the opportunity ...
May 2019 Read More
unskilled visa australia

How A Barista Can Achieve Australian Permanent Residency

Are you looking for a way to stay in Australia?   This month, the Australian government announced two new special visa agreements that can help skilled and semi-skilled overseas workers with lower english flu...
January 2019 Read More
partner visa application

3 Insider Secrets For A Stress-Free Partner Visa Application

  Have you fallen in love with an Aussie?   If your partner is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, and you plan to submit a partner visa application so you can remain together, this article is ...
December 2018 Read More
underpaid migrant worker lawyer

Fair Work Is Failing 50% Of Australia’s Migrant Workers

  A damning new report has shown over 50% of Australia’s international students, temporary migrant workers and backpackers are paid as little as half the minimum wage and only 10% ever attempt to recover their...
November 2018 Read More

Can my family be included in my temporary skilled worker visa application?

Most immediate family members (or dependent relatives) can be included in your application, however there are a number of requirements before the application can be lodged. They must meet the Australian Government’s ...
March 2016 Read More

Commercial and Conveyancing Paralegal

Commercial and Conveyancing Paralegal -   Phoenix Law & Associates is a boutique law firm located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD. We are seeking a Commercial and Conveyancing Paralegal to join our growing tea...
August 2021 Read More

QUEENSLAND CAR ACCIDENT CLAIMS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Have you been injured in a car accident? You may be eligible to make a claim. What is a CTP claim? A CTP (Compulsory Third Party) claim is an insurance claim for a lump sum to compensate you for injuries sustained ...
June 2021 Read More

Pandemic sea-changers or Ex-pats returning to QUEENSLAND?

You’re not alone. Waves of pandemic sea-changers and ex-pats returning to Australia have a Queensland expert on-side and ready to help.  Pandemic sea-changers or Ex-pats returning to QUEENSLAND? The pandemic has de...
April 2021 Read More

Lunar New Year. The Year of the Metal Ox; mobile and strong

Lunar New Year is on Friday 12 February this year and it's the lucky Year of the Ox. It's called the Lunar New Year because it marks the first new moon of the lunisolar calendars which are regulated by the cycles o...
February 2021 Read More

Etiquette on Aussie Roads

Aussie Road Etiquette Guide Your blinker is your best mate. Always let others know you're changing lanes, snapping a park or turning into a driveway. A smile and wave goes a long way. It's nice to be nice, so g...
February 2021 Read More

Redcliffe Peninsula – have fun, save money

Our Pick of the Week comes from the beautiful Redcliffe Jetty. When you find a great fresh food and artisan market you want to visit again and again, especially on the water at Redcliffe on a Sunday morning. These mar...
February 2021 Read More

Japanese Osechi food for New Year health and prosperity

At Phoenix Law, We Speak Your Language, and we understand your customs.   "In Japan, the New Year is the biggest celebration of the year. We have a proverb in Japan, “the total for the year is on New Year’s Day”. I...
January 2021 Read More

Home Run for Brisbane Bandits and Phoenix Law

The Baseball nuts at Phoenix Law & Associates support and sponsor The BRISBANE BANDITS for the 2020-21 ABL Season. The Brisbane Bandits are proud to announce Phoenix Law and Associates is a Platinum Partner with t...
October 2020 Read More

Start your 2020 business year with us !

Start your 2020 business year with zest and creativity!  You are invited to a Free aFile workshop with Phoenix Law at  8am -10am this Friday 7th February at Level 4, 300 Adelaide Street,  Brisbane CBD . Join us for...
February 2020 Read More

How Your Elderly Mum Can Achieve An Australian Visa

Are you trying to bring your parent to Australia?   Last week, the Australian government officially announced a new parent visa subclass: The 870 Sponsored Parent Visa. The 870 visa gives the opportunity ...
May 2019 Read More
unskilled visa australia

How A Barista Can Achieve Australian Permanent Residency

Are you looking for a way to stay in Australia?   This month, the Australian government announced two new special visa agreements that can help skilled and semi-skilled overseas workers with lower english flu...
January 2019 Read More
partner visa application

3 Insider Secrets For A Stress-Free Partner Visa Application

  Have you fallen in love with an Aussie?   If your partner is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, and you plan to submit a partner visa application so you can remain together, this article is ...
December 2018 Read More
underpaid migrant worker lawyer

Fair Work Is Failing 50% Of Australia’s Migrant Workers

  A damning new report has shown over 50% of Australia’s international students, temporary migrant workers and backpackers are paid as little as half the minimum wage and only 10% ever attempt to recover their...
November 2018 Read More

Do I Need A Lawyer to Review My Commercial Lease?

If you’re about to sign a lease for business purposes I have three messages for you: Congratulations on your new business venture and; Whatever you do, DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING WITHOUT A LAWYER. In fact, don’t even s...
August 2018 Read More

A Cynic’s Guide to Choosing a Lawyer

If you’re asking yourself right now, “Why would I take a lawyer’s advice about how to find a lawyer?”, congratulations. You are the type of person for whom we’ve written this article. Our answer to your question is s...
July 2018 Read More

How to Argue Like a (Good) Lawyer

Here’s a question for anyone who has ever tried to win an argument with a lawyer: At what point did you realise that you might be better off just lying down and playing dead until they’ve made their point? Five minut...
June 2018 Read More

4 Legal Rights All New Mums Should Know About

Every expecting mum has, at some point, pondered what their parental rights are. From birth certificates to breastfeeding, vaccinations, and returning to work, there’s a lot to think about – especially when you’re ...
May 2018 Read More

Blameless Victims & Shameless Gold Diggers: “Compo” in the Australian Media

In an ideal world, media outlets would act as a mirror that reflects society back at itself and gives us much-needed opportunities to examine our actions, attitudes and beliefs. A societal “self-crit”, if you will. ...
April 2018 Read More

Contextualising Compensation: What You Need to Know About Claiming

Whether you’re reading about a monster payout in the newspaper, or you’re wondering if you might be entitled to compensation, it’s vital that you have an understanding of compensation that is based on the law, not the...
April 2018 Read More

Can My Ex Withhold Access If I Haven’t Paid Child Support?

Hi, I have two kids (six and seven) that I always spend time with over the Easter holidays. My ex and I don’t have this in writing though. When it comes to payments and visits, we just have a verbal arrangement tha...
March 2018 Read More

Caregiver Burnout: How to Recognise the Signs & Avoid Disaster

Overwhelmed. Undervalued. Unappreciated. These are the feelings many Australian caregivers experience from the moment they wake up in the morning up until they go to sleep at night. As personal injury lawyers, we ha...
March 2018 Read More

Marriage Equality 2018: 4 Legal Benefits Worth Celebrating

Are you wondering what all the fuss is about when it comes to marriage equality? If you, like many Australians, think same-sex couples had all the rights they needed before the Marriage Amendment Bill 2017 was passed...
February 2018 Read More

Lodging a TPD Claim? Here’s Why You Need a Lawyer

There is no industry more concerned with specifics than the insurance industry, and anyone who has lodged a Total and Permanent Disability insurance (TPD) claim can attest to just how detailed a completed claim applic...
December 2017 Read More

Do I Have to Pay Tax On Crowdfunding?

Kickstarter, GoFundMe and other crowdfunding platforms have exploded in popularity in the past five years, and it’s essential for anyone running a campaign to know how the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) views the mo...
December 2017 Read More

Is Your Marriage Legally Recognised in Australia?

Are you flirting with the idea of an overseas elopement, but aren’t sure if you’ll need to remarry when you get back home? Or perhaps you’re already married and need to know if your overseas union is recognised in Aus...
November 2017 Read More

3 Basic Agreements Business Partners Regret Not Making

Grit, determination and the right amount of funding aren’t all that it takes to successfully go into business with someone. No matter how solid your partnership may seem at the outset, you need to nut out a few basic ...
November 2017 Read More

3 Relationship Law Myths You Can’t Afford to Believe

February may be the month for romance, but when it comes to relationship law, love cannot afford to be blind. In this blog, we debunk the top three legal myths our family lawyers hear, and explain why believing them ...
November 2017 Read More

What to Do if You’re a Revenge Porn Victim

Revenge porn is a particularly insidious type of harassment where an ex-partner publishes sexually explicit images of a former flame online without their consent.  Unfortunately, because this is a relatively new ...
October 2017 Read More

Going Through a Separation? 3 Crucial Ways to Protect Yourself

If you’ve ever had a serious, long-term relationship, you’ll know how deeply intertwined lives can become – which is why a separation often makes for a difficult, painful, and volatile experience.  Like any situa...
October 2017 Read More

Are You Guilty Of Social Media Defamation? Think Before You Tweet

Embattled politicians, disgruntled ex-spouses and badly reviewed builders are just some of the Queenslanders who have successfully taken their detractors to court for Facebook defamation in the last 12 months. In th...
September 2017 Read More

Tiny Houses: One Thing You MUST Know Before Building in QLD

The tiny house movement is rapidly gathering momentum. Reduced bills, small to no mortgage payments, and a simpler way of life are all major draw cards of extreme downsizing. Before you start building, the one thing ...
September 2017 Read More

Things to consider before buying an existing business

Vendor – Why is the business being sold? Costs – What variable and fixed costs will there be? Profits – Do previous financial statements show that the business is profitable? Assets – What assets are owned by the b...
March 2016 Read More

When can civil legal action be pursued?

Before deciding whether to commence legal action, you must identify your ideal outcome, whether it be compensation, reinstatement of a job or just an acknowledgement of fault. Our lawyers will use this information to ...
March 2016 Read More

What happens if you die without a valid will?

If you die in Queensland without a will the state deems you to have died ‘intestate’. Queensland intestate laws govern the distribution of your estate among next of kin, including your spouse and children, some provi...
March 2016 Read More

Can my family be included in my temporary skilled worker visa application?

Most immediate family members (or dependent relatives) can be included in your application, however there are a number of requirements before the application can be lodged. They must meet the Australian Government’s ...
March 2016 Read More

Can I lose my job for mounting a compensation claim against my employer?

The short answer to this is no. All employers are required by law to pay compulsory workers compensation insurance, so any compensation paid to you will come from your employer’s insurance company. There are a number...
March 2016 Read More
underpaid migrant worker lawyer

Fair Work Is Failing 50% Of Australia’s Migrant Workers

  A damning new report has shown over 50% of Australia’s international students, temporary migrant workers and backpackers are paid as little as half the minimum wage and only 10% ever attempt to recover their...
November 2018 Read More

A Cynic’s Guide to Choosing a Lawyer

If you’re asking yourself right now, “Why would I take a lawyer’s advice about how to find a lawyer?”, congratulations. You are the type of person for whom we’ve written this article. Our answer to your question is s...
July 2018 Read More

How to Argue Like a (Good) Lawyer

Here’s a question for anyone who has ever tried to win an argument with a lawyer: At what point did you realise that you might be better off just lying down and playing dead until they’ve made their point? Five minut...
June 2018 Read More

What to Do if You’re a Revenge Porn Victim

Revenge porn is a particularly insidious type of harassment where an ex-partner publishes sexually explicit images of a former flame online without their consent.  Unfortunately, because this is a relatively new ...
October 2017 Read More

QUEENSLAND CAR ACCIDENT CLAIMS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Have you been injured in a car accident? You may be eligible to make a claim. What is a CTP claim? A CTP (Compulsory Third Party) claim is an insurance claim for a lump sum to compensate you for injuries sustained ...
June 2021 Read More
compensation lawyers

What Will It Cost Me To Make A Personal Injury Claim?

Are you Googling "what does no win no fee mean"?   If you've been hurt on the road, at work or in a public place and are considering making a compensation claim, you probably have more than a few questions ab...
January 2019 Read More

Blameless Victims & Shameless Gold Diggers: “Compo” in the Australian Media

In an ideal world, media outlets would act as a mirror that reflects society back at itself and gives us much-needed opportunities to examine our actions, attitudes and beliefs. A societal “self-crit”, if you will. ...
April 2018 Read More

Contextualising Compensation: What You Need to Know About Claiming

Whether you’re reading about a monster payout in the newspaper, or you’re wondering if you might be entitled to compensation, it’s vital that you have an understanding of compensation that is based on the law, not the...
April 2018 Read More

Caregiver Burnout: How to Recognise the Signs & Avoid Disaster

Overwhelmed. Undervalued. Unappreciated. These are the feelings many Australian caregivers experience from the moment they wake up in the morning up until they go to sleep at night. As personal injury lawyers, we ha...
March 2018 Read More

Lodging a TPD Claim? Here’s Why You Need a Lawyer

There is no industry more concerned with specifics than the insurance industry, and anyone who has lodged a Total and Permanent Disability insurance (TPD) claim can attest to just how detailed a completed claim applic...
December 2017 Read More

Tiny Houses: One Thing You MUST Know Before Building in QLD

The tiny house movement is rapidly gathering momentum. Reduced bills, small to no mortgage payments, and a simpler way of life are all major draw cards of extreme downsizing. Before you start building, the one thing ...
September 2017 Read More

Commercial and Conveyancing Paralegal

Commercial and Conveyancing Paralegal -   Phoenix Law & Associates is a boutique law firm located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD. We are seeking a Commercial and Conveyancing Paralegal to join our growing tea...
August 2021 Read More

Start your 2020 business year with us !

Start your 2020 business year with zest and creativity!  You are invited to a Free aFile workshop with Phoenix Law at  8am -10am this Friday 7th February at Level 4, 300 Adelaide Street,  Brisbane CBD . Join us for...
February 2020 Read More

Knowing Your Legal Rights When Injured on Public Property

Many of us aren’t aware of the rights we have when injured on public property. This article serves to clarify these rights. Public Liability Claim Depending on the type of injury, the circumstances under which it ha...
August 2019 Read More

The ABC Of Commercial Law

Commercial law is a broad field. In this article, we explore some of the basics of commercial law, with a focus on those which relate to small businesses. Fair Trading In Australia, everyone deserves a fair go. The ...
July 2019 Read More

A Look at Domestic Violence

With so much domestic violence happening across Australia, the law has had to step up and create laws around the field that previously did not exist. In this article, we explore these laws, as well as possible compens...
June 2019 Read More

Buying into a Owners Corporation: Your Legal Rights

More and more people are becoming active members of owner’s corporations. This article explores the legality of it and provides analysis of what to keep in mind. What is a Body Corporation? When you purchase a home ...
June 2019 Read More

Don’t Forget the Fine Print: Understanding your Real Estate Contract

No matter whether you are buying a home or an apartment, understanding your real estate contract can be complex. In this article, we will look at the best ways to understand some of the most important clauses in your ...
May 2019 Read More

Reduce the Stress of Buying Property by Following These Good Practices

Even when our financial status is settled, buying a property can result in a lot of stress. In this article, we explore the best practices we can follow to reduce stress and make the process go as smoothly as possible...
May 2019 Read More
Conflict in office

How to Avoid Disputes in Business Partnerships

While setting up a new business, you and your business partner are focused on important, exciting tasks to get the business on the ground, from conceptualising your branding and setting up social media accounts to fit...
April 2019 Read More
Business man working on document focused and concentrated on terms and conditions

Small Business and the Law

Running a small business is exciting, especially when it starts to grow. However, it’s not always fun and easy. Operating a business is often stressful and presents a variety of financial and legal risks if not done r...
April 2019 Read More
Pen on the contract papers

Reviewing Your Workplace Contract

Are you starting a new job or changing roles within your workplace? It’s essential to properly review your employment contract to ensure there are no surprises. It’s common for Australians to just sign what they are g...
March 2019 Read More
Documents unfair dismissal and gavel in a court

Unfair Dismissal at Work – How the Law Can Help

Getting fired is a stressful experience, especially when it’s unjust or done for the wrong reasons. However, there are legal provisions that may be able to help you regain your employment and/or receive compensation f...
March 2019 Read More
Copy of franchise agreement on the desk

Understanding Your Franchise Agreement

Buying a franchise can be an easy and exciting way to get into business. However, before you commit to a franchise opportunity, it’s essential to beware of some of the pitfalls and understand your rights and obligatio...
February 2019 Read More
underpaid migrant worker lawyer

Fair Work Is Failing 50% Of Australia’s Migrant Workers

  A damning new report has shown over 50% of Australia’s international students, temporary migrant workers and backpackers are paid as little as half the minimum wage and only 10% ever attempt to recover their...
November 2018 Read More

Can I lose my job for mounting a compensation claim against my employer?

The short answer to this is no. All employers are required by law to pay compulsory workers compensation insurance, so any compensation paid to you will come from your employer’s insurance company. There are a number...
March 2016 Read More