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Position vacant- Junior Full time Secretary/Receptionist

Sunday, August 19, 2018

We are a rapidly expanding Personal injury law firm with offices in Carrum Downs and Mornington. We provide a full legal service to people injured at work, in transport accidents, as a result of asbestos exposure, or otherwise through someone else's negligence.

 

We are seeking a Junior Secretary/receptionist with an interest in Personal Injury law. This opportunity will see you work with senior paralegals and a senior lawyer.

You will be assisting in a wide range of office duties including:-

Diary Management

Preparing and drafting correspondence and documents

File maintenance, data entry and archiving

Organising mail and couriers

Answering phones

Compiling briefs

Photocopying, filing and scanning

General administrative duties as required

Organising and keeping clean working areas, including kitchen duties.

Dictaphone typing.

To be successful for this position you will have the following skills and attributes:

Microsoft Word skills, strong typing speed and accuracy

Excellent initiative

Strong communication skills, both verbal and written

High attention to detail

Multitasking skills

A willingness to learn

Friendly and cheerful demeanour

Possess a genuine interest in the law and working in the legal industry.

 

 

To Apply
Submit your CV to phil@peninsulainjurylawyers.com.au

Position close 24-Aug 2018

 

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Seawinds Community Hub Free Work injury and transport accident information morning session

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The next free work injury and transport accident information and case assessment session at the Seawinds Community Hub will be on January the 18th at 9am. 

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Renovations

Monday, December 18, 2017

It's exciting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Over the next few months our existing premises at Carrum Downs will be renovated with new and bigger offices to help all our existing and new clients.
Our temporary location is just around the corner  at 16/9 Elite Way.

 

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Seawinds Community Hub morning session

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Had a great morning meeting staff and helping locals with personal Injury legal matters at the Seawinds Community Hub - Followed by a lovely walk on the Dromana pier. We will be back next month on January 18 for another morning of free Workcover and TAC Legal assessments.
 

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Free workplace Injury and car accident legal advice

Friday, December 08, 2017

Peninsula Injury Lawyers will be providing free workplace injury and car accident legal advice at the Seawinds community hub in Rosebud on Thursday 14th of December from 9.00 to 12 noon.

Drop in or book an appointment by calling 59241007.

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know your rights forum

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Peninsula Injury Lawyer is holding a know your rights forum at Seawinds Community Centre on Wednesday the 6th of September at 6.15pm to 8.15pm. 

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Great morning at Seawinds Community Hub

Monday, July 31, 2017

  

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Free legal advice at Seawinds Community Hub

Monday, July 24, 2017

Peninsula Injury Lawyers will be providing free workplace injury and transport accident assessments at the Seawinds community hub in Rosebud on Monday 31st of July from 9.30 to 12 noon.  

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Overtime not included in calculation of weekly payments for worker made redundant before making a WorkCover claim.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

  

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Provision of a scooter trailer found to be reasonable and necessary in a work injury case – Claims Agent liable to pay

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Provision of a scooter trailer found to be reasonable and necessary in a work injury case – Claims Agent liable to pay

The Magistrates Court recently found that a WorkCover Claims Agent – Xchanging, was liable for the costs associated with the provision of a scooter trailer in a work injury case.

The Worker, Terry Cooper, had sustained a severe back injury in 1991 after falling from a ladder. He had subsequently undergone a lumbar fusion operation at L4/5 and L5/S1 and had significantly reduced mobility as well as a serious psychological injury, including chronic major depression and panic disorder. He had been off work and in receipt of weekly payments since the injury in 1991.

Mr Cooper had moved to Raymond Island as he had been suicidal and had a support network on the island. Xchanging had agreed to pay for a motorised scooter, a Queen-sized bed, toilet frame, hand rail in shower, hand held shower, computer chair and an extra 1.5 hours of home help a fortnight.

X changing then refused a request to pay for a scooter trailer on the grounds that it was not reasonable in the circumstances; the scooter was of no benefit to him; and it would be unlikely to assist in increasing his ability to function or his work capacity. Mr Cooper argued that he needed the scooter trailer as his support network was no longer on the island and he needed to visit friends elsewhere as he was “going mad” and feeling confined.

The Magistrate said that in determining whether the Claims Agent was liable for the scooter trailer he had to look at “whether the scooter trailer is an aid that is reasonably and necessarily required having regard to the nature and extent of the injuries sustained by Mr Cooper and their impact on his activities of daily living.”

In this case, after considering all the evidence, the Magistrate found that because the scooter trailer would be beneficial for Mr Cooper, in so far as his mobility, independence and ability to socially interact was concerned and further, because it may assist in reducing the impact of his psychiatric injury and it was supported on medical grounds by his treating GP and psychiatrist, the Claims Agent should pay for the scooter trailer.

Decision of:Magistrate S Garnett in Terry Cooper v VWA [2016] VMC024

 

 

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