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Arthurs Seat Challenge

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Very excited to announce we have signed up as Event Partners for the 2019 Arthurs Seat Challenge to be held on 10 November 2019! The Arthurs Seat Challenge is a 6.7 km run/walk to promote and raise funds for the wonderful “Fit to Drive” program run in schools across the Peninsula. The Fit to Drive program was set up in 2001 in response to a higher percentage of road crashes for young people on the Peninsula, compared to other areas of the State. Fit to Drive aims to give young people strategies to make them safer drivers and passengers and through this education to reduce the road toll. If you want to get involved in this great community event, check out the Arthurs Seat Challenge website: www.arthursseatchallenge.com.au as well as the face book page. For more information about the Fit to Drive Program check out www.f2d.com.au. Looking forward to promoting this great and worthwhile event!! 

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Sleeplessness and Serious Injury

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

"I am so tired I can't concentrate" "I am irritable all the time because I wake several times at night because of my injury". These are common complaints I hear from clients who have serious injuries.  Sleeplessness caused by injuries is a relevant factor to consider when assessing whether an injury passes the serious injury test in work injury and transport accident cases in Victoria.
 

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Frankston Council online Transport Safety Strategy Survey

Monday, October 05, 2015

Frankston Council is currently conducting an online Transport Safety Strategy Survey.  According to the Frankston Council, the Survey will help inform the Frankston Council Transport Safety Strategy which identifies local transport projects and road safety priorities.  The Survey closes on 9 October 2015. You can participate in the survey at:

http://www.frankston.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay


 

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Common law damages awarded for scarring

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

It is possible to sue and recover common law damages for scarring in both work injury and transport accident cases if the scarring is a serious injury, caused by the negligence of another. The definition of 'serious injury' under both workplace compensation and transport accident legislation includes 'a permanent serious disfigurement'. 
 

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