Making a car crash compensation claim

How to Make a Claim for Car Crash Injuries (ACT)

This is the second post in a series on making Motor Vehicle Accident Claims. If you haven’t yet, read about The First Steps to make a claim for your injuries here first. So, you’ve been in a collision on a road in the Australian Capital Territory and sustained injury. Obviously you want to ensure a [...]
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Motor vehicle accident-Uniteed legal

What to do in a car accident?

What you must do if you’ve been in a car accident or crash on a road within the Australian Capital Territory. The First Steps following a Motor Vehicle Crash in Canberra: 1. If you haven’t already, get a date with your favourite doctor: Injuries from motor vehicle or a car accident aren’t always immediately apparent. [...]
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What happens to your Will after divorce?

What Happens to your Will After Divorce?

Marriage, separation, divorce and undue influence are all factors that can affect your Will after divorce. Validity of Will after divorce? Whether you’re celebrating a new marriage or celebrating the end of one, it is important you understand the effects this will have on your Last Will and Testament. Marriage and your Will Sure, getting [...]
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Writing your will

What You need to put in your will?

Worried what will happen when you kick the bucket? You don’t have to be! The following blog post covers what you need to put in your will. What is a Will? Did you know you can make sure your favourite child gets all your possessions, even when you’re not around anymore? That’s right! A Will [...]
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Canberra Cannabis Law

The Canberra Cannabis Law

Stoners in the ACT got some welcome and surprising news last month of a new Canberra Cannabis Law. The ACT Legislative Assembly passed a law which will make it legal (sort of) for an adult to possess small amounts of marijuana in the Territory from February next year. We are really worried though. It doesn’t [...]
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Crime report Canberra

Quarterly Crime Report Canberra Q3/2019

Quarterly Crime Report Canberra highlights criminal activities occurring in the ACT during the last three months and what action to take if struck by one. Canberra, the Australian Capital has a population of approx 400,000. While it’s not the country’s most dangerous city, it does have it’s fair share of criminal activity. Getting a sense [...]
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Online Privacy

Your Right to Online Privacy?

Online privacy is a common concern among Aussies these days. Let’s have a look what is privacy and why your online privacy is important for you. Privacy is a balancing act; a certain level of personal information is often given by the individual to companies or to the government as it is a necessary part [...]
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Why you should not neglect Elder Abuse?

Elder abuse can be physical, psychological, emotional or financial in nature. The abuse occurs when others fail to act, thereby causing mistreatment or neglect. Elders are generally defined to be aged 65 and over. Some have absolutely no physical or mental impairment whatsoever. Others may have vulnerabilities and a high dependence on others. This can [...]
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Worker's compensation-What you really need to know

Workers Compensation -What you really need to know

There are different Workers’ Compensation Acts depending upon whether or not you are employed in the ACT private industry or by the ACT Government or Commonwealth Government. There are yet again different rights for workers in the private industry in New South Wales or the New South Wales Government. They vary significantly. You really would [...]
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United legal- Personal injury lawyers

Irreparable injuries by your family doctor/specialist

Imagine how devastated you would feel when they just got it wrong, you’ve placed your trust in them and they have left you with irreparable injuries. The mistakes doctor and health professionals make are extremely common. People are often told by their doctors, even after they’ve suffered an injury, that everything went fine or you [...]
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