AEU – Australian Education Union

We are very proud of our longstanding relationship with the AEU and have been assisting injured teachers for more than 50 years.

Many of these cases involve helping teachers who are suffering from both physical injuries and severe mental health conditions from events at work.

These cases are legally complex, but we consistently work hard to achieve satisfying results for AEU members across Victoria

https://www.aeuvic.asn.au/

GARDS – Gippsland Asbestos Related Diseases Group

Adviceline Injury Lawyers proudly support the work of GARDS/Asbestos Council of Victoria across Victoria in supporting sufferers of dust diseases.

http://www.gards.org

HWU – Health Workers Union

We are very proud of our longstanding relationship with the HWU/HSU and for many years have provided expert personal injuries advice and representation to healthcare workers.

http://www.hwu.org.au/

Justice Connect and Women’s Legal Service Victoria

As part of the firm’s ongoing commitment to pro bono work, our solicitors are often involved in pro bono cases that the firm takes on in the interests of social justice.  These cases are often referred to us by Justice Connect.

Members of our team regularly volunteer their legal services to assist victims of domestic violence at the Melbourne Magistrates Court and work with lawyers from the Victorian Women’s Legal Service.

Justice Connect – http://www.justiceconnect.org.au

Women’s Legal Service Victoria – http://www.womenslegal.org.au

Reconciliation Australia

Since the firm’s establishment, social justice and contributing to the community have been central to who we are.

Our commitment to social justice has included our support of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to enforce their legal rights through the courts, including our support of the Mabo proceedings and representing members of the Stolen Generations.

We have also acknowledge our role as part of the business community to support reconciliation through our alliance with Marrawah Law, an Indigenous-owned law firm.

Reconciliation Action Plan

Road Trauma Support Services

For more than 25 years, we have been involved with Road Trauma Support Services Victoria (RTSSV) – a not-for-profit organisation which provides counselling and support to people impacted by road trauma, and addresses the attitudes and behaviours of road users through education.

https://rtssv.org.au/

Turner Freeman Lawyers

We have a relationship with an interstate personal injury law firm, Turner Freeman.  Together we jointly act for clients living interstate who were injured in Victoria.

http://www.turnerfreeman.com.au

Union Assist and WorkCover Assist

We work closely with representatives from Union Assist (for union members) and WorkCover Assist (for non-union members) to ensure that our clients are properly represented at the Accident Compensation Conciliation Service.

Union Assist – http://unionassist.org.au

WorkCover Assist – http://www.workcoverassist.vic.gov.au

We Are Union

We have had a long association with We Are Union, offering support though OH&S seminars, law reform debates, attending union functions and workers’ rights rallies.  We applaud We Are Union for its long standing role as a champion of workers’ rights and in particular the vital role it has played in law reform of the Accident Compensation Act.

http://www.weareunion.org.au/


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