Cancer Nurses Society of Australia
Statement from Jemma Still
The Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) is proud to partner with Maurice Blackburn to provide information and advice related to law and oncology nursing. The CNSA and Maurice Blackburn believe in an educational and awareness-building approach to partnership, ensuring CNSA members understand their rights within the following areas of the law: Plaintiff, Superannuation/Insurance Claims, Wills/Estate Planning and importantly Patient Safety Initiatives.
Benefits for CNSA members
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has consistently demonstrated its capacity to provide meaningful and ongoing personal and professional benefits to members of partner organisations.
Support for you and your colleagues
Navigating the legal space and statutory compensation schemes can be daunting for those suffering from serious injury or illness. Add into the mix the expense and logistical challenge of coordinating early rehabilitation, and many people find it too difficult to manage the complex obligations, rights and entitlements associated with making a claim for compensation. Fortunately, good communication and information sharing between service providers can make all the difference for clients and patients.
MB is passionate about engaging with the medical community because we know that access to expert legal guidance and support can help even the most experienced medical service providers ensure their patients are receiving the best possible care.
We are available to consult with you – free of charge – to support issues relating to compensation schemes impacting your patients or clinic. We stand ready to assist with any questions you might have relating to the work or road accident compensation scheme in your state, or any questions you or your patients might have regarding a specific claim.
MB runs complimentary on-site and virtual education workshops to help members understand their legal obligations, rights and entitlements. We cover topics such as:
- Legal entitlements related to:-
- Occupational disease
- Worker injuries
- Motor vehicle injuries
- Medical Legal Issues and Record keeping
- Legal report writing
- Accessing Superannuation and Insurance entitlements
- My Health Record
- NDIA policy and advocacy response and funded package shortfalls
We can also tailor content to your specific requirements. To arrange a complimentary on-site or virtual education session for you and/or your colleagues please contact Simon Arsenis:
P: (03) 8102 2132 | M: 0490 305 379
You can also access previous webinars we have done for CNSA members below.
Support for your personal legal affairs
In addition to professional support and guidance, our highly skilled legal team is ready and able to provide personal advice. As part of the Maurice Blackburn’s ongoing commitment to CNSA members, we offer you and your family:
- Free telephone advice
- Free first consultant
- 'No win, no fee'*
Among the many legal services we specialise in, we can assist with:
- Personal Injuries
- Wills and Estate Law
- Superannuation & Insurance claims
To arrange a complimentary consultation please contact Simon Arsenis:
P: (03) 8102 2132 | M: 0490 305 379
A fixed price package that includes the drafting of your standard Will, Powers of Attorney, Appointment of Medical Treatment Decision Maker, Advance Care Directive and Statement of Wishes. It also includes two face-to-face consultations with an expert Wills & Estates lawyer. MyLife Documents™ is available to all CNSA members for $1290 for singles and $1450 for couples. We believe estate planning should be easy. Don’t put it off any longer, have peace of mind knowing your loved ones will be looked after.