Health Waiver Success Migration

Another ENS Visa Health Waiver Success

Andrew Woo has successfully helped his client and the client’s family become permanent residents despite one of the family members being diagnosed with a “challenging medical condition”. INITIAL CONFERENCE Following a recommendation by a former client, Andrew arranged a consultation to give advice in late 2014. Andrew learnt that his client had been living in…

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Knee Amputation TPD Claim

Above Knee Amputation Leads to TPD Claim

Ray McClenahan, Partner and Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury, recently concluded a TPD claim for a longstanding client of his. Ray’s client was a labourer working in the construction industry. Many years ago, he had sought Ray’s assistance in a workers compensation claim when he suffered an injury to his shoulder. At that time Ray…

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Jackhammer eye Injury

Working Near Jackhammers Leads to Eye Injury & Compensation Payout

Our client was an older labourer who had migrated to Australia in the 80s. For several years prior to his accident, he had worked as a construction labourer on various building sites in & around Sydney. He worked hard. He enjoyed his work and the camaraderie of his workmates. One day he was working about…

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Bricklayer Work Damages

Refractory Bricklayer’s Work Leads to Work Injury Damages Settlement

Our client had spent twenty years working as a refractory trades assistant. This was hard, hot, dirty work. It was very heavy. It required working inside furnaces, demolishing, rebuilding and relining furnaces, kilns and other vessels. It required carrying, lifting and cutting heavy carbon blocks. Our client had to work in extremely confined spaces. It…

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Leg Amputated Work Accident

Leg Amputated in Work Accident

TAYLOR & SCOTT ACHIEVE LARGE SETTLEMENT FOR THEIR CLIENT Our client was a rigger dogman employed by a labour hire company. He worked a six day week and earnt big money. He worked hard to secure the financial welfare of his wife and children. His employer hired him out to assist a company which operated…

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Dog Attack

Dog Attack Results in Compensation Payout

Our client was a country lady living in a small country town. Her son lived nearby. She went to visit him in his home. After the visit, she decided to walk back home. As she walked along the street, she noticed a man alighting from his ute and a dog jumping out and going into…

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TPD after Initial Knock Back

Client Wins TPD Claim After Being Initially Knocked Back by The Insurance Company

Our client was in his 50s and had spent his whole working life employed as a rigger dogman when he suffered a severe injury at work. This crush injury to his arm led to multiple operations and a long period of rehabilitation. He was determined to try and get back to his old job. He…

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Formworker Hit By Load On Crane

Formworker Wins Substantial Damages After Being Hit by a Load on a Crane

Our client was a hardworking man with a wife and young family. He lived away from Sydney but travelled to Sydney six days a week to carry out his duties as a formworker. This work was heavy physical work. It required strength and agility. On this day, he and a fellow formworker were bolting together…

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Use of Sledgehammer Leads to Large Damages Payout

Our client was a rigger who had spent his adult working life doing heavy physical work. As one would expect working in this industry, he suffered the occasional injury. Fortunately after having a short period off work following one injury, he managed to return to his full time rigging work. Unfortunately, tragedy struck for our…

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Income Protection Policy

Insurance Company’s Attempt to Escape Liability Under Income Protection Policy Defeated

TAYLOR & SCOTT SECURES LARGE PAYOUT FOR THEIR CLIENT Our client was a young married man with a family. He worked in the electrical industry operating his own business. Appreciating the need to make sure he had proper financial cover should he ever suffer an injury or an illness, he took out a policy of…

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