TOPIC: Road rights

National Road Safety Strategy: let's make changes for the sake of our families

National Road Safety Strategy: let's make changes for the sake of our families

Maurice Blackburn’s Andrew McKenzie warns the hidden road toll of injury and trauma.

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Driverless cars: is Australian law ready?

Driverless cars: is Australian law ready?

With driverless cars soon to hit Australian roads, the future is now. But legally speaking and from a road-safety standpoint, is Australia ready for it?

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What is the process for making a TAC claim?

What is the process for making a TAC claim?

If you’ve been involved in a road or transport accident, you may be entitled to compensation. We outline who’s eligible, what to do after the accident and how to lodge a TAC claim.

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What should you do if you’ve been involved in a dooring incident?

What should you do if you’ve been involved in a dooring incident?

Whether you’re a cyclist or a motorist, it’s important to know what to do in the event of a dooring mishap.

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Featured articles

Public safety

Are new king hit laws cracking down on drunken assaults?

A wave of 'king hit' amendments across Australia are aiming to crack down on alcohol-related violence. But what else needs to change?

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Public safety

Why a childhood concussion may be more damaging than you think

New research shows that even minor concussions in young children are more damaging than we realised.

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Social justice

When can I cook my daughter an egg?

These people have been purposely placed here miles away from civilization so they are out of sight of the Australian public and the media.

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Will disputes

So you’re thinking of leaving your money to charity?

You may have the best of intentions by willing your money to charity, but do you have your family’s best interests at heart?

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Asbestos

We need to talk about silicosis

Respiratory disease silicosis poses a threat to a new generation of Aussie workers.

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