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Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyers: How can we reduce the rise in road fatalities?

Road accident fatalities in Victoria are at an all-time high. The statistics have increased 60.7% from this time last year. The TAC has recorded 143 deaths in 2019 so far - a stark comparison to 89 deaths reported in June 2018.  What is the reason for ... Read more

TAC Lawyers Welcome Road to Zero Program and a New Generation of Safe Drivers

TAC lawyers across the state are welcoming the introduction of a world first education program in Victoria. Museums Victoria have joined forces with the TAC to create the education complex Road to Zero, aimed towards high school students, which hopes ... Read more

James Higgins discusses with 3AW’s Darren James the increasing concerns about silicosis

Our obsession with stone kitchens and benches is creating the next wave of lung disease for workers. When stone is cut it can release silica dust which if inhaled, can become a potentially fatal disease. Gordon Legal partner James Higgins outlines the ... Read more

Motor vehicle accidents: texting and driving.

Are you driving? Put your phone away. Today, TAC launched a confronting campaign targeting texting motorists. Using a mobile phone while driving is distracting, increasing your chance of being involved in a crash. With Victoria’s road death toll already ... Read more

Federal Labor's Promised Probe into Bellarine Cancer Cluster a Breakthrough

Gordon Legal Senior Partner, Peter Gordon has welcomed the ALP’s promise to establish a Senate Inquiry to investigate a potential cluster of cancers on the Bellarine Peninsula. Gordon Legal has been working with residents of the Bellarine Peninsula following ... Read more

Egg Boy relieved that Police will not charge him

Will Connolly who became known as Egg Boy after cracking an egg on Senator Fraser Anning says the decision by Victoria Police to not charge him over the incident is a relief. The 17-year-old VCE student says it has been a stressful time for him and his ... Read more

Serious concerns about Chief Health Officer's report

Gordon Legal’s Principal Lawyer, Rachel Schutze has questioned the Chief Health Officer’s investigation of cancer rates on the Bellarine Peninsula. The report, released in January followed media coverage of a potential cluster of cancers on the Bellarine ... Read more


Power to Prevent: Urgent Actions Needed to Stop Sexual Harassment at Work

Gordon Legal is proud to join unions, researchers, peak bodies, health professionals and other members of the legal community who have come together to say we need to do more to stop sexual harassment in workplaces. Our organisations and research efforts ... Read more


'Anoint me with oil': How evangelical pastor Neil Thomas preyed on his flock

The Age and Sydney Morning Herald by Farrah Tomazin and Cameron Houston As pastor Neil Thomas was demanding sexual favours from the women he had selected from his church, he’d invoke the Bible to convince them it was their spiritual duty. "Anoint me ... Read more


What is silicosis? A ticking time bomb for workers

Recent media articles have put the spotlight on silicosis - a serious lung disease that is affecting workers like stonemasons. What is silicosis? Sometimes referred to as the oldest occupational disease, a new generation of tradies are falling victim ... Read more

New Year resolution for a new job? Beware the fine print that is restraint of trade.

Opinion piece by principal lawyer Aron Neilson. When most people are negotiating the terms and conditions of a new job, the main priorities are usually the pay, the location, the people and the opportunities for progression. And yes, for some whether ... Read more

Senate inquiry into Support for Australia’s thalidomide survivors

Gordon Legal’s Senior Partner, Peter Gordon has today appeared at the Parliament of Australia’s Senate inquiry into Support for Australia’s thalidomide survivors. In his submission to the committee, Mr Gordon said the failure of the Australian Government ... Read more

Poison land alert for families hoping to build their dream homes

Sunday Herald Sun  Dozens of families hoping to build their dream homes at a Diamond Creek estate fear their land is poisoned with arsenic. Landowners at the Collard Rise estate are being told by Nillumbik Council to conduct their own soil tests — which ... Read more

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West Gate Bridge 1970s tragedy a reminder how far workplace safety has come, but work still to do

Geelong Advertiser opinion piece by principal lawyer Rachel Schutze. I drive over the West Gate Bridge at least twice a week. For me, it is the gateway to work and home in Geelong. As I reach its summit about 7am it is the perfect vantage point to ... Read more


The Block is fun but there’s a darker side to renovation

Herald Sun opinion piece by asbestos lawyer Victoria Keays. We are rapidly approaching the height of television renovation drama, when the efforts of amateur renovators are finally put to market and Scott Cam stands with a bottle of bubbly at the ready, ... Read more


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