On 16 February 2018 two senior constables based at the Campbelltown LAC were seriously injured in a car accident on Campbelltown Road near the suburb of Woodbine.
When Uber started operating in Australia, many people were concerned about the supposed lack of insurance arrangements for Uber drivers due to claims made by the Taxi industry. However, Uber does have insurance which covers personal injury and property damage.
Accidents can happen to anyone. When they cause severe injuries, the resulting distress, suffering and loss of income has a profoundly negative impact on the wellbeing of you and your family.
With the summer holidays now over and many young children starting or returning to school, it is important to keep in mind school zone safety to ensure your loved ones' wellbeing coming into the new school year.
Personal injury claims fall into two broad categories. There are fault-based claims and no fault-based claims. If you are making a claim against a defendant with Insurance the category that your claim will fall into will be determined by the policy of insurance you are asking to respond.
In Australia, most accidents that may lead to compensation claims are covered by a statutory scheme (government legislation) or by common law (the law that has evolved from previous decisions of the Courts).