The ‘relevant insurer’ in the Motor Accident Injuries Act

Want to know more about the Motor Accident Injuries Act? BELINDA CASSIDY addresses some common areas of confusion in a new series of articles.

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The NSW CTP scheme in practice

Want to know more about the NSW CTP scheme? BELINDA CASSIDY addresses some common areas of confusion, in a new series of articles.

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The nuts and bolts of the new NSW CTP scheme

The Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017 (NSW), which commenced on 1 December 2017, will only apply to motor accidents occuring after its commencement. By TIM…

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The Stolen Generations: a struggle for justice

Members of the Stolen Generations have faced a number of barriers when attempting compensation claims through the courts. By MAITHRI PANAGODA AM.

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The National Disability Insurance Scheme: advice on compensation recovery

The roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will see an increasing need for lawyers to be familiar with the scheme. By BILL…

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Limitation periods for child abuse actions retrospectively abolished

Limitation periods for personal injuries damages claims arising from child abuse have been retrospectively abolished. By KERRY SMITH and ABIGAIL TILSBURY.

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Don’t let your claim for damages perish

In Perisher Blue Pty Limited v Nair-Smith, the NSW Court of Appeal considered whether it was necessary to determine the precise source of a plaintiff’s…

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Recent application of the advocates immunity doctrine

Young v Hones [2014] NSWCA 337 and White v Forster [2014] NSWSC 1767, illustrate that advocates’ immunity can be a basis to seek summary dismissal of a claim…

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