Social Media and TAC Serious Injury Claims

Social media is a term that has become familiar to us all over the past decade. It is the term used to describe the social interaction that occurs among people/users through the creation of a profile and then the sharing and exchange of information and ideas in virtual networks. Some of the most common social media sites include Facebook, Instagram, … Read More

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Bicycle Injury Lawyer, Peter Burt, gives his take on Bicycle Accidents.

With the increasing popularity of cycling in Victoria, more and more cyclists are being injured on the road and in transport accidents. The State Government and Local Governments are actively encouraging cycling with the introduction of dedicated cycling lanes and bike paths. But these lanes and paths do not span the entire road network and inevitably cyclists are required to … Read More

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TAC Claims Lawyers discuss Texting and Driving; Clara Davies Motor Vehicle Injury Lawyer

The popularity of mobile devices has had unintended and very dangerous consequences. Studies conducted in Australia and worldwide have proven that mobile communications whilst driving are linked to a significant increase in distraction, often resulting in injury and loss of life. This is true for all types of mobile communications, even the simple act of talking on the phone whilst driving … Read More

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Road Accident Lawyers define the term “transport accident”

How do you describe what has occurred when one vehicle collides with another vehicle, a pedestrian, an animal or a stationary object such as a tree or power pole? Do you think of it as a road accident or a road traffic accident, a traffic accident, a motor vehicle accident or collision, a car accident or car crash or an … Read More

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CAUTION – WET ROAD AHEAD! The Risk of Hydroplaning

With winter upon us and some particularly wet conditions of late, it is useful to reconsider our driving habits over the coming months.  Wet road conditions can result in more instances of aquaplaning or hydroplaning. Hydroplaning occurs when a car’s tyre separates from the road surface thus causing a temporary loss of control.  It occurs when a film of water is present … Read More

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So much for circumstances; create opportunities!

It is amazing what can be achieved in the space of two short years, and the momentum that can build for something that started as a means to provide opportunities for less fortunate individuals.  Peter Burt and Clara Davies have reason to be proud of their role in creating an Australian first – an Easy Access Basket (EAB) for a hot … Read More

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