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21 Dec 2011

Asbestos warning to former SGIO building workers

Workers who were employed at the former SGIO building in Brisbane during the 1980s are being warned about the dangers of asbestos.

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16 Dec 2011

Landmark High Court win for asbestos victims

A landmark decision handed down today by the High Court of Australia has sent the strongest message yet to the manufacturers of automotive brake pads.

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15 Dec 2011

Respected local lawyer joins Slater and Gordon Nowra office

One of the south coast’s leading lawyers, David Nagle, has joined the Slater and Gordon Nowra office

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09 Dec 2011

Waffle slab warning for residents of Melbourne's western suburbs

Homeowners in Melbourne’s western suburbs are being warned about the risks associated with a form of foundation known as ‘waffle slabs’.

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07 Dec 2011

Glassing victim settles compensation case against Illawarra hotel

Illawarra resident has settled a damages claim after she lost sight in one eye and suffered severe scaring following an altercation in the hotel.

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18 Nov 2011

Western suburbs lawyer wins Victorian legal award

A local Slater and Gordon lawyer has been recognised by the Victorian legal community at a ceremony in Melbourne today.

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17 Nov 2011

Broadford woman receives compensation for Nestle factory injury

Broadford resident Jane Dickman has received a six-figure compensation sum for injuries sustained on the job.

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16 Nov 2011

Compulsory acquisition laws create risks for vulnerable homeowners

New Victorian land acquisition laws do little to preserve the rights of those affected by future compulsory land acquisitions, warns leading law firm Slater and Gordon.

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10 Nov 2011

Slater and Gordon supports reforms for dust disease victims’ families

Slater and Gordon supports reforms for dust disease victims’ families.

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03 Oct 2011

Surveillance of injured workers out of control in Victoria

Government figures revealing that nearly $14 million has been spent on the surveillance of injured workers in the past year.

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