Involved in a Crash with Other Vehicles? How You Need to Respond in This Complex Situation

Australian roads get busier and busier every day, so it seems. It's little wonder that the number of automobile accidents is increasing and the likelihood of you being involved in one is also growing. Sometimes, accidents can be complex. If you've been in the middle of a collision involving multiple vehicles, how can fault be ascertained? Where do you even start in trying to determine who is liable? What Can Go Wrong? [Read More]

Facebook & Family Law: How to Stop Social Media From Ruining Your Custody Case

Custody battles can be one of the most stressful parts of a breakup. If you're currently going through one or you're preparing for your case to go to trial, you may want to unwind by discussing everything with your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or another social media site. However, while social media may seem like an intimate and relatively private place to blow off steam, it could jeopardise your entire custody case if you're not careful about how you use it. [Read More]

Five Things to Keep in Mind If Your Child Has Been Injured in a Car Accident

If your child is injured in a car accident, it can be an extremely emotional and heart wrenching experience. However, it can also be very expensive. To help cover the cost of medical bills, care for your child, and other expenses, you may need additional help. Luckily, there are ways to get compensation by taking the at-fault driver to court. Here's what you need to know: 1. Defining the At-Fault Driver [Read More]

Australian Job Hunters: Is It Illegal To Lie On Your Résumé?

In an increasingly competitive marketplace, a strong résumé is one of the most important weapons you need in the fight to find a new job. Unfortunately, according to one study, a recruitment consultant will take no more than seven seconds to read your résumé and decide if he or she wants to interview you. As such, it's hardly surprising that some candidates decide to embellish the truth. Nonetheless, if you decide to fake your résumé, you could find yourself on the wrong side of the law. [Read More]