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Doyles Recommended Medical Negligence Lawyer

Once again Senior Personal Injury Lawyer Olamide Kowalik has been recognised by the Doyles Guide to be a recommended plaintiff-focused ‘Queensland Medical Negligence & Malpractice Compensation Lawyer’. Olamide heads up the medical negligence compensation team at Revolution Law and it is a privilege to have such a competent justice fighter whose legal expertise and abilities has been recognised by the state’s defendant insurance lawyers.Medical Negligence Claims are notoriously difficult and complicated. Such a claim can be made when a medical provider breaches their duty of …

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What is Whiplash?

What is Whiplash?Whiplash is a non-medical term used to describe neck pain which has resulted from a soft tissue injury to the neck. It is a common injury that is caused by a traumatic incident such as a rear end car accident, where in the neck is extended beyond its typical range of motion causing an abrupt forward backward movement to the spine. This form of injury can cause significant pain and disability.Whiplash Symptoms and DiagnosisSymptoms of whiplash can include …

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How are Fees for my Personal Injury Claim charged?

We are focused on ensuring that our clients get the best value in their personal injury claim, while still maintaining the costs of running a sustainable practice. If you have ever wondered about how Law Firm’s charge fees for their personal injury claims then read on. Hourly FeesOur staff members are classified under different titles depending on their skills set and experience.  For meetings, conferences and phone calls our staff each have a different hourly rate dependent on their role. We …

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Insurers Scaremongering Queenslanders blaming Lawyers for Premium rises

The Queensland Law Society shared the following article late last year. We have dug it up to give it the re-share it deserves. Insurers consistently blaming personal injury lawyers is an ongoing and very weak debate which all comes back to the insurers wanting their mega profits to be multi-mega profits.  Queensland’s current CTP scheme runs laps around those from other states and we are strong advocates for it to continue on as is. We have the experience and privileged …

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If Your TPD Injury Lawyer Does These 3 Things, Run Away

When you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence in a public place, on the road (whether you were driving, walking or cycling) or at work, you need to focus on two key things: First of all, you need to get better.But secondly, you need to seek compensation for your injuries and loss of income sustained so that you have the time and space to get better, without having to worry about money and medical bills. After …

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How to Choose the Right Compensation Lawyer for your Case

Have you been injured at work, while driving or in a public place? You may be eligible to make a TPD claim to seek compensation for your injuires and any distress or loss that you have suffered.In the instance that you are going to seek compensation, it’s important that you first seek appropriate legal representation. With the right legal team by your side, you will be able to ensure that you maximise the compensation available to you while also ensuring …

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Historic Brisbane Newspaper shows a very different time.

An eclectic collection of the Brisbane Courier Mail newspapers all dated from 1932 have some wonderful news stories and advertisements which capture this period beautifully.One quirky article told of seven-year-old Doris riding her horse to school – as you do in 1932.  On her way, she was thrown from the horse and broke her arm. Despite such a horrific accident the little girl captured the horse and then proceeded to walk the quarter of a mile back to her home.  It astonished …

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Fancy a judge saying he must have been ‘Anxious to go to Heaven.’

Nothing beats the excitement of opening a vintage newspaper. Today I read The Courier Mail dated November 8, 1939.  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, they don’t do news like they use to! This paper is just juicy with fabulous little stories, local happenings and brilliant advertisements.  It gives such a fascinating insight to a period of time which not only saw the Great Depression but also the lead up to World War 2.  I can only …

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1932 Newspapers are Gold indeed.

This morning I have been reading the Brisbane Courier Newspaper.  You know the one? It was renamed to ‘The Courier Mail’ in 1933. This yellowing fragile 1932 paper smells deliciously of history. The news is fascinating, unlike the gossip which plagues Facebook news feeds with the current day edition.Over coming weeks, I am looking forward to sharing some of the fascinating finds from these papers which range from the early 1930’s to the 1980’s. We will be covering it all, …

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Timeliness In A No Win No Fee Personal Injury Claim

“There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune” – ShakespeareWhile Shakespeare may have been ambitious about leading on to fortune with regards to Personal Injury Claims, which are more about compensation than enrichment. That is to return the client to a position he or she would have been had the injury not occurred. Where Shakespeare is correct though is the importance of timeliness, “taking the tide at the flood” as it were.Immediately after …

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