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Reforms allow compensation for more abuse victims

Abuse law

Reforms allow compensation for more abuse victims

Recent changes to legislation have improved the rights of Queensland victims of institutional abuse to be able to claim fair compensation.

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Why safe workplaces matter

Work rights

Why safe workplaces matter

Coming home from our jobs in one piece is something that most of us take for granted. For others, poor management, a lack of training and dodgy equipment are par for the course – meaning it’s only a matter of time before disaster strikes.

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Lane filtering in Australia

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Lane filtering in Australia

At Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, we are strong advocates for a uniform national lane filtering standard. But in the meantime, it's important the riders know what is legal, and what's not, right now.

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Advocating for legislative change for abuse survivors

Abuse law

Advocating for legislative change for abuse survivors

Helping victims of childhood sexual abuse to win their court cases is just one way that MB tries to make things better for survivors.

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The tragic cost of inadequate suicide prevention: Sabrina’s story

Patient safety

The tragic cost of inadequate suicide prevention: Sabrina’s story

The year Sabrina died, she was one of 3,000 Australians who died by suicide. Her story highlights the devastating cost of inadequate prevention and the importance of better coordinated support and services for people struggling with mental illness.

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Teachers Pet exposes horrific abuse and the need for accountability

Abuse law

Teachers Pet exposes horrific abuse and the need for accountability

In 2018 the award-winning true crime podcast, The Teacher’s Pet, exposed a dark underbelly of Sydney’s picturesque Northern Beaches.

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