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Shine Lawyers is preparing to commence a class action against the Bank of Queensland on behalf of customers who lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after the bank failed to prevent transactions from taking place on their accounts, allegedly in breach of their obligations to their customers.
Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Insurance is arguably one of the most valuable, yet misunderstood benefits that people hold. Almost every working Australian joins a Superannuation fund whenever they start a new job, and most funds have some level of TPD cover.
Advocates for children raised in state care and foster care are urging state officials to have social workers abide by the same obligations as teachers and doctors to disclose any knowledge of inadequate care in homes.
Struggling home buyers will appreciate the NSW government’s recent proposal to force sellers to attach a pre-purchase inspection report to property contracts.
Our thoughts are with the families of those who have perished in the aftermath of the Hawker Hunter T7 jet air crash at Shoreham on Saturday, 22 August 2015, which is now named as the worst air show disaster in the United Kingdom in living memory.
With mini tornados, flash flooding and strong winds hitting parts of New South Wales overnight and more severe weather expected, uncertainty remains over how those affected will recover their insurance entitlements for the damages they sustained to homes and businesses.
Ashley Madison, the notorious website that facilitates infidelity is currently facing a hefty class action lawsuit by two Canadian law firms for $578 million.
To wrap up Queensland Road Safety Week we want to make sure you and your family stay safe on the roads all year round!
This week is Brain Injury Awareness Week (17 – 23 August) and BANGONABEANIE is the National campaign for this week, supporting over 1.6 million Australians.
ABC News has confirmed it obtained a secret state government report that hundreds of square kilometres of prime agricultural land in Southeast Queensland are at risk from a cocktail of toxic chemicals and explosive gases unleased by underground coal gasification.