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20 May 2021

Man loses nose in a horrific dog attack and settles legal claim against owner

A Melbourne man says more needs to be done to remove dangerous dogs from their owners after his nose was bitten off by an unrestrained bull Arab American staffy-cross at...

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14 May 2021

DVA funding won’t deliver a quick fix

Slater and Gordon is urging the Federal Government to fully commit to all funding within the budget’s forward estimates for the Department of Veterans Affairs, to make...

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14 May 2021

Gig economy workers forgotten in “jobs” budget

Slater and Gordon is calling on the Federal Government to recognise industrial relations reform is needed nationally to support vulnerable food delivery and ride share...

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04 May 2021

Slater and Gordon investigating class action into IVF add-ons

Leading class action law firm Slater and Gordon is investigating the possibility of commencing a class action on behalf of women who have been sold ineffective add-on...

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22 Apr 2021

Food delivery workers concerned for their own safety

Two thirds (65 per cent) of food delivery workers are concerned about their safety when working, according to Slater and Gordon research conducted by Kantar Australia.

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16 Mar 2021

Injured gig economy workers in the dark over workers compensation

Nearly half (45 per cent) of migrant ride share and food delivery workers didn’t know they would not receive workers’ compensation insurance when they signed up to...

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26 Feb 2021

750,000 customers sent court-ordered notice of insurance rip-off

More than 750,000 Australians will today receive notice from the Federal Court advising that they may be eligible to be part of Slater and Gordon’s consumer credit...

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01 Feb 2021

Uber Eats dodges responsibility to support vulnerable workers

An employment law expert is calling for better regulation of the gig economy, following Uber Eats’ moves to force workers to pay for their own insurance in case of...

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27 Jan 2021

Federal Government ordered to pay almost 1300 people compensation after leaking personal data, in Australian first

The Australian Government has been ordered to pay compensation to almost 1300 people seeking asylum after accidentally leaking their highly sensitive personal...

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25 Jan 2021

Institutions responsible for horrific child abuse given seven years to avoid redress

Slater and Gordon is warning the Federal Government’s seven year extension for institutions to join the National Redress Scheme may put child sex abuse survivors off...

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