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Close Encounters of the Accidental Kind

Published on: 7th November,2017   Category: Road safety

One of the most common types of road accidents is when one vehicle hits the back of another vehicle.  This is commonly known a rear.

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Industrial Manslaughter Introduced in Queensland

Published on: 25th August,2017   Category: Law Updates

On 22 August 2017, the Minister for Industrial Relations, Grace Grace MLA, introduced amendments to the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 to reform the.

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Fun Facts – 20 Years of Growth on Queensland Roads

Published on: 17th August,2017   Category: Road safety

Looking back 20 years on Queensland roads is an interesting journey.  Your car CD player was probably blasting out popular hits from the late 90s.

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Should You Help a Tradie to Save Money?

Published on: 1st August,2017   Category: Law Updates

Have you ever helped out a tradie in exchange for saving a few dollars on your home renovations or repairs? A recent Queensland Workplace Health.

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When Butchering Goes Bad

Published on: 10th July,2017   Category: Accident tips

Working as a butcher or in an abattoir is obviously a risky job.  There are many workplace hazards that need to be properly assessed. We.

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What Are My Rights Following the Accidental Death of a Loved One?

Published on: 24th April,2017   Category: Accident tips

Dependency claims arise when someone has died and the death has been caused by the negligence of another person.  A dependency claim is essentially a.

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Changes to Motorbike and Quad Bike Laws – Passengers & Helmets

Published on: 17th February,2017   Category: Law Updates

Queensland road rules have changed from 1 February 2017 to provide greater protection for quad bike passengers, motorbike passengers and utility off-road vehicle passengers.[1]

The changes.

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Queensland Laws respond to Black Lung Resurgence

Published on: 17th January,2017   Category: Law Updates

Cases of Black Lung disease (technically known as Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis or CWP) have risen significantly in Queensland in the past year.

Between May 2015 to.

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