New law will help asbestos victims avoid legal red tape
Leading asbestos diseases law firm Maurice Blackburn has welcomed a new law that will ensure people suffering asbestos-related diseases will avoid needless delays in their fight for compensation. People with asbestos-related diseases are now automatically considered to have a 'significant injury'.
Lawyers for asylum seeker children support Royal Commission
Social justice law firm Maurice Blackburn, which represented baby Ferouz and over 100 other asylum seeker babies and children, has supported the recommendations of a damning landmark report released overnight on children in immigration detention.
Friday, 6 February 2015
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Last Black Saturday bushfire class action settles on steps of Court
On the eve of the six-year anniversary since the Black Saturday bushfires devastated communities in rural Victoria, an 11th-hour deal between Maurice Blackburn Lawyers and the defendants has resolved the Murrindindi-Marysville class action before trial for $300 million.