Latest Slater and Gordon News

Slater & Gordon investigating shareholder class action against Star Entertainment Group
VBA welcomes new Commissioners
Slater and Gordon files shareholder class actions on behalf of investors against a2 Milk
Businesses don’t know they may be able to claim COVID losses
Slater and Gordon launches IPO Wealth Fund class action
Driver distraction warning ahead of holidays
Class action filed against Freedom Foods Group
440,000 ANZ customers sent court-ordered notice of insurance rip-off
Slater and Gordon issues road safety warning after spate of serious accidents in Melbourne’s west
$50 million settlement reached in Vocation class action
Slater and Gordon calls for stronger protections for food delivery riders
Class action against G8 Education filed in Victorian Supreme Court
Increase in regional road trips sparks safety warning
Young drivers at risk on roads following COVID restrictions
368,000 Westpac customers sent court-ordered notice of insurance rip-off
Road safety improvements needed after spike in cycling injuries in Melbourne
Hevilift owes former pilot $5.6 million following court judgment
Call for defensive driving course for thrill seekers and first-time four-wheel drivers
Injured migrant workers told they aren’t employees
Slater and Gordon lawyers listed in Doyles Guide
Supreme Court finds Bentley Hospital negligent after heartbreaking birth leads to lifelong injuries
Former Students Take Legal Action For Anti-Semitism
Life insurers should not dictate who receives mental health treatment
Less staff due to COVID leaves healthcare workers worried about their patients
Healthcare, aged and disability care workers stressed over lack of PPE
NAB insurance class action compensation hits bank accounts of 45,000 Aussies
AMP boss De Ferrari should avoid class actions by obeying law, not whining to Parliament
US corporate lobbyists interfering with Australians’ right to fight
CBA acknowledges class action proceeding
Class action filed against CommBank for selling junk insurance
Class actions to hold NSW Police accountable for widespread unlawful strip search tactics
$95-million settlement reached in Spotless class action
Class action over coronavirus travel vouchers
High Court’s George Pell decision will bring about new abuse claims
Toowoomba lawyer brings 30 years’ of experience to Slaters
Decision to access super early should be met with caution
Super insurance should not be cancelled next month
NAB customers have two months to register for compensation
Class actions filed in Federal Court alleging ANZ and Westpac sold junk insurance