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Injured On The Road? Your Next Steps Checklist

Injured in A Road Accident? Your Next Steps Checklist Being involved in a road accident can be a traumatic and stressful experience. Regardless of who was at fault, it’s important to protect your interests. To receive treatment or compensation after an injury in a road accident, the injured person will need to take a few immediate steps. To make this process as simple as possible, the Legal GP have summarised the key steps below. Depending on your injury, some of these steps may be difficult for you to complete. If so, ask a friend or relative, preferably somebody who was with you when [...]

Injured At Work? Your Next Steps Checklist

To receive treatment or compensation after injury or accident in the workplace, the injured person – or trusted support person – will need to take a few immediate steps. To help make this process as simple and stress-free as possible, the Legal GP have summarised the key steps below. Read on! If you are injured in the workplace or in a work environment, you will need to submit a WorkCover claim. To ensure the best outcome, there are a few steps that you should take as soon as possible to best protect your interests. It is not unusual for those who experience workplace [...]

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Injured on Public or Private Property? Your Next Steps Checklist

To receive treatment or compensation after injury or accident in a public or private place, the injured person – or trusted support person – will need to take a few immediate steps. To help make this process as simple and stress-free as possible, the Legal GP have summarised the key steps below. Read on! If you are injured in a public or private place there are several steps that you should take as soon as possible to best protect your interests. If you’re unable to perform some of these actions due to your injury, ask a trusted companion, friend, relative or witness to [...]

Defining Serious Injury: The Gateway To Suing For Damages

If you are injured in a road accident or at work in Victoria – at the fault of another road user or your employer – there are requirements that must be met before you can sue for damages. In this Legal GP blog, Mark Ryan unpacks the definition of ‘serious injury’ and ‘negligence’ for a better understanding of the pathway to suing for damages. Read on. When you’re injured because of the actions of another party – for example, another road user hits you or your employer does not introduce appropriate safety procedures – this renders the other party negligent. Even if you [...]

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