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What is baker’s lung? Am I entitled to compensation?

What is baker’s lung? Am I entitled to compensation?

Baker’s lung is a respiratory disorder and a form of occupational asthma. A person can be affected by baker’s lung if they breathe in airborne flour, dust or other substances...

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Surgery limits in South Australian workers compensation claims

Surgery under the new South Australian workers compensation scheme

Under the new Return to Work Act covering workers compensation in South Australia the great majority of injured workers will only be entitled to receive income maintenance for a...

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Claiming for wrongful birth

A claim for wrongful birth

When you have a child you love but weren’t expecting, a dilemma can arise. When there is potentially medical negligence involved the dilemma increases. What can parents do?

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South Australian Return to Work Parliamentary submissions September 2016

South Australia’s harsh workers compensation scheme and the Parliamentary submissions we hope will make a difference

At Andersons Solicitors, we believe that a decent and fair workers compensation system should appropriately compensate workers for lost income (during periods of incapacity) as...

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The risks and benefits associated with caesarean births

Should my doctor have offered me a caesarean section?

By and large the medical profession do not advocate for caesarean sections except in emergency situations or where a patient has undergone previous caesarean sections.

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Motor vehicle accident personal injury claim

I’m responsible for a car accident where someone was injured. What do I do?

Just as Jenny's car crosses the right side of the road, she collides with a cyclist. The cyclist is knocked from his bike and lands with a crunch 10 metres away. In shock Jenny...

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My child has a personal injury claim

What if my child has a personal injury claim?

We hope the need for this information never arises for you. However, in case the need does this knowledge may be a very useful tool. The law is South Australia gives an adult...

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The role of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

The role of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - yeah I know, let’s go with AHPRA. AHPRA is a national body that supports Australia’s 14 National Health Practitioner Boards

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What happens in a coronial investigation

What happens in a coronial investigation?

This is part three of our series on the Coroner. The first two blogs will help provide a foundation for this article so you may want to have a quick read.

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