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16 Feb 2016

Calls for Bacchus Marsh Hospital investigation to be wider investigation

Slater and Gordon has called on health authorities investigating the Bacchus Marsh Hospital to leave no stone unturned after revelations that the number of baby deaths...

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19 Jan 2016

Prison sentences may arise from Collingwood nude photo scandal

The women who allegedly distributed explicit photos of Collingwood AFL players could face up to two years in jail, according to criminal lawyers. New offences were...

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03 Dec 2015

Legal fight for injured quad bike rider settled

A farmer who is lucky to be alive after a quad bike rolled over him in north-east Victoria has received compensation after taking legal action against his employer. John...

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27 Nov 2015

Keytruda funding announcement hugely encouraging for mesothelioma patients

Asbestos disease sufferers have welcomed today’s commitment by the NSW Workers Compensation Dust Diseases Authority to consider funding treatment of immunotherapy drug...

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23 Nov 2015

Conditional settlement reached in ACR investor class action

Slater and Gordon has announced a conditional settlement of a class action by investors in Australian Capital Reserve Limited (ACR) against The Trust Company (Nominees)...

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19 Nov 2015

New funding offers learning support for children with cancer

Children and young people with cancer can continue their schoolwork during treatment at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide thanks to a $10,000 grant...

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17 Nov 2015

The Grange College School Lawyering Project wins Slater and Gordon grant

A Slater and Gordon Community Fund grant of $10,000 has been awarded to Wyndham Legal Service to help provide free legal services to members of the school community at...

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17 Nov 2015

Funding boost provides new gym equipment for people with spinal cord injuries

Funding boost offers new gym equipment for people with spinal cord injuries. People living with a spinal cord injury are set to receive brand new gym equipment at the...

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29 Oct 2015

Former Fairbridge Farm residents welcome state government apology after suffering years of institutional abuse

Former residents of Fairbridge Farm have today welcomed an apology from New South Wales Premier Mike Baird after suffering years of institutional abuse at the school in...

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23 Oct 2015

Long-awaited court win after life-threatening misdiagnosis

A Willetton man who suffered life-threatening health complications after a hospital failed to properly treat his abdominal sepsis has won his bid for compensation in the...

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