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Hearing Loss - Industrial Deafness

Hearing Loss: Does Your Family Complain the TV is too LOUD?

Just like your eyesight, you may not notice your hearing gradually deteriorating. Often the first signs are struggling to hear conversation when background noise is present or your family constantly ...
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National Redress Scheme for victims of sexual abuse

Statutory Redress Scheme for victims of Institutional Abuse

A new federal compensation scheme commenced on 1 July 2018, for victims of institutional abuse. Under this National Redress Scheme (‘the Scheme’) victims can apply for redress payments if they ...
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Fertility and pre-natal genetic testing

Fertility and Pre-Natal Genetic Testing

Fertility and Pre-Natal Genetic Testing Our principal, Conrad Curry represented a couple in a landmark case in the Supreme Court of New South Wales late last year, in which the ...
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Court Update: Family Provision

Court Update: Family Provision

There have been a number of very interesting cases in recent times determined in the field of Family Provision Claims in the Court of Appeal. Family Provision claims are claims ...
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Title Insurance: protecting owners and lenders

Title Insurance: protecting owners and lenders

Title Insurance: protecting owners and lenders against inherent risks associated with property transactions When purchasing a property there are many inherent risks which may cause loss or affect your ownership ...
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Mt Kosciuszko challenge for cancer

Climbing mountains for cancer

All cancer sufferers remember too well the initial shock and despair when they received the diagnosis, trying to come to grips with the implications for them and their families and ...
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Motor accident

246 lives lost a year through motor vehicle accidents

As of August 2016, there have been 246 lives lost on New South Wales roads and about 30 people per day are hospitalised as the result of serious injuries from ...
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Australian Dollar Cash Rate

Official cash rate unchanged

The Reserve Bank of Australia has elected to leave the official cash rate at 1.5% which is good news for the new financial year. What does this mean for you? ...
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Cosmetic clinic reveals confidential records

Cosmetic clinic reveals confidential records

So many issues - privacy of patient medical notes, competency of practitioners in the industry of cosmetic surgery in relation to the procedure itself but also in issues of anaesthetic ...
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Assisted Dying

Assisted dying

Assisted dying is such a controversial topic. Legally, a person who is compos mentis and properly advised, can refuse treatment or insist on not being resuscitated if that is what ...
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