RMB Articles

Lump Sum Option for long Term Injuries

Posted 03-12-2017
Category Compensation

Long-term worker’s compensation recipients may be entitled to make a lump sum claim under certain circumstances.

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Your Right to Sue for Foul Play Injuries

Posted 03-11-2017
Category Compensation

Many Australians love contact sports, but they can result in injuries. RMB Compensation Lawyer looks at your right to sue when injured by an act of foul play.

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Illawarra Business Awards Finalists

Posted 21-09-2017
Category News

RMB Lawyers are proud finalists in this years Illawarra Business Awards in two categories - "Excellence in Business" and "Excellence in Innovation".

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Shoalhaven Business Awards Gala

Posted 08-09-2017
Category News

RMB Lawyers were proud recipients of the "Excellence in Innovation Award" and the "Excellence in Professional and Commercial Award" at the recent Shoalhaven Business Awards Gala, held on Friday 25 August 2017, at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre.

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Strict Limits Apply to Journey Compensation

Posted 05-09-2017
Category Compensation

Changes to the Workers Compensation Act means that it doesn’t pay to suffer an injury on your way to or from work, because you will only be entitled to compensation under certain limited circumstances.

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Bulletproofing your Will is Complicated

Posted 22-08-2017

Preparing a “bullet-proof” Will can be complicated, particularly if we do not wish to provide for a particular person.

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Planning Panels to Improve Transparency

Posted 22-08-2017
Category Town Planning

The NSW Government recently announced the establishment of Independent Hearing and Assessment Panels (IHAPs) to guard against corruption and improve accountability.

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Dont Suffer in Silence from Pelvic Mesh Mistakes

Posted 29-06-2017
Category Compensation

How complications arising from unsuccessful Pelvic Mesh Implant Surgery can be severe and people affected in this way should not suffer in silence.

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Claiming Compensation for Injuries to the Same or Similar Body Parts

Posted 19-06-2017
Category Compensation

Claiming Compensation for Injuries to the Same or Similar Body Parts.

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Surrogacy: Yours, Mine or Ours?

Posted 01-06-2017
Category Family Law

Surrogacy involves complex legal, emotional and social issues.

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Consumers Protected from Faulty Imports

Posted 24-05-2017
Category Compensation

How Australian Consumer Law gives consumers injured or made ill from faulty imported goods an opportunity for compensation.

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RMB offers migration and Islamic law services

Posted 03-05-2017
Category Islamic Law

RMB Lawyers Migration Law and Islamic Law services are proving popular additions to the firms comprehensive range of legal services.

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Where there's a will, there's a Koranic way

Posted 03-05-2017
Category Islamic Law

HINA BHIMANI and Shazia Haque, both in their 30s, recently drew up Islamic wills that set out in algebraic detail how their assets will be distributed when they die.

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Relocating Children a Hard Road for All

Posted 26-04-2017
Category Family Law

Relocation of children after a marriage or relationship ends is an emotional topic.

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Victims can Hit Back at Abusers

Posted 13-04-2017
Category Compensation

The Royal Commission into Child Sex Abuse has opened up opportunities for victims to tell their stories, both at Commission hearings and in civil cases.

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Wills Vital When Couples Separate

Posted 13-04-2017

Everyone should have a current will, but it can be particularly important for people going through divorce or separation.

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Testamentary Trust Wills Work Well

Posted 16-03-2017

Testamentary Trust Wills allow your estate to be administered in a tax effective manner for your beneficiaries. Ssuch Wills can also protect inheritances from creditors or relationship breakdowns.

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Workplace Rights for Employers and Employees

Posted 16-03-2017

Key workplace rights and obligations for employees and employers.

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Consequences Matter: Claiming Consequential Injuries

Posted 16-02-2017
Category Compensation

How a consequential injury may be compensable.

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Exclusion Clauses Dont Rule Out Injury Claims

Posted 13-02-2017
Category Compensation

How exclusion clauses work.

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$1.6 Million Superannuation Transfer Balance Cap and Estate Planning

Posted 05-02-2017

Most of us have heard about the changes to superannuation. However there is a great amount of uncertainty regarding those changes and the impact they will have on individuals. In this article we consider just one potential problem.

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S10 - No 'Get Out of Jail Free' Card

Posted 24-01-2017
Category Criminal Law

Criminal lawyers are often asked by their clients to “get me a Section 10”. It is not that simple.

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How to Deal with Building Disputes

Posted 30-11-2016

Resolving building disputes.

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Consider Joining an Asbestos Register

Posted 18-11-2016
Category Compensation

Claiming for asbestos-related diseases and RMB’s asbestos register.

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Dont be Fazed by Court Appearances

Posted 03-11-2016
Category Criminal Law

Court appearances can be intimidating. We explain how fear can be overcome with sound preparation.

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