Achieving the best possible outcomes
If you were injured through someone else’s negligence in a public place, you may be able to make a claim against the owner or leaseholder of the space, whether they be an individual, business, organisation or public authority.
Have you have suffered harm because a medical practitioner did not take reasonable care? Phillips Taglieri is at the forefront of medical negligence law in Tasmania. Our lawyers support clients through what may be a distressing process.
Have you or your child been injured in a motor accident? Or have you been bereaved? Phillips Taglieri can help you seek special damages and lump-sum compensation. Our extensive medical background is a valuable factor in our legal advice.
If you have been injured or developed a medical condition at work, Phillips Taglieri can help you seek benefits via the workers’ compensation scheme. If your injury was someone else’s fault, we may be able to help you claim compensation.
Has a professional provided you with service or advice that was substandard, misleading, or deceptive? If you suffered financial loss as a direct result, you may be able to claim compensation, and recover expenses and any lost profits.
Phillips Taglieri defends clients against criminal charges in the magistrates courts and the Supreme Court of Tasmania. Our lawyers are skilled in protecting the rights of defendants. We provide clear, plain-English guidance, helping you deal with the often-stressful criminal process.
News and Analysis
Solicitor v Conveyancer: What’s the difference?
Do you know that Phillips Taglieri can provide competitively priced conveyancing services? Phillips Taglieri prides itself on being one of Tasmania’s leading litigation law firms, but we also provide conveyancing and related services to our clients. Some people believe that they will get better value for money from a licenced conveyancer rather than a solicitor. […]Read more
Tasmania’s New COVID-19 Legislation
The Tasmanian Government has recently introduced the first piece of legislation into Parliament dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a link to the Bill: http://www.parliament.tas.gov.au/bills/pdf/14_of_2020.pdf Here is a link to the Fact Sheet for the Bill: http://www.parliament.tas.gov.au/bills/Bills2020/pdf/notes/14_of_2020-Fact%20Sheet.pdf This is an omnibus bill dealing with wide ranging issues relevant to Government administration during the COVID-19 […]Read more
State of Emergency: What is it?
The Tasmanian Government recently announced a State of Emergency under the Emergency Management Act 2006. While most people have probably heard the term State of Emergency, we thought it would be a good idea to provide a bit of legal commentary about what exactly is a State of Emergency and how it all works. Before […]Read more