Jan 14 Worker awarded $585,000 for employer breach of duty

$585,000 Pricey Punch: Queensland District Court Award Damages to Victim of Workplace Assault

Posted by at January 14, 2019 | Latest News, Personal Injury, Featured, Workers' Compensation | No Comments

Jamie Colwell was employed by Top Cut Foods as a knife hand/butcher. On 20 January 2014, he was assaulted by a fellow worker, Parks, which caused him to sustain a…

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Jan 8 How long do criminal convictions stay on your record?

Does my criminal record stay with me forever?

Posted by at January 8, 2019 | Latest News, Criminal, Featured | No Comments

If you’ve been convicted of a criminal offence, you will usually then have a criminal record. This can cause a variety of problems, many of which can rear their head…

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Jan 2 Do Police have the right to search my mobile phone

You, your mobile phone and the Queensland Police

Posted by at January 2, 2019 | Latest News, Criminal, Featured | No Comments

It’s been a common query in recent times; do the Police have the right to access content on your mobile phone? It’s not clear cut, but here’s our advice. Your…

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Dec 27 Minimising costs in Family Law disputes

How to minimise your costs in Family Law disputes

Posted by at December 27, 2018 | Latest News, Family, Featured | No Comments

In this day and age many people are only interested in one thing… “What is it going to cost me?”. And this can be particularly relevant to the cost of…

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Dec 18 What happens when I plead guilty to my Magistrate’s Court charge?

What happens when I plead guilty to my Magistrate’s Court charge?

Posted by at December 18, 2018 | Latest News, Criminal, Featured | No Comments

If you’ve been charged by Police and have a court hearing date in the Magistrate’s Court, you will have options to plead guilty or not guilty. It’s important that you…

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