Notable Cases by Our Solicitors
A volunteer was left traumatised after a rescue mission following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake has won a landmark case.
Prior to her passing, Ms Deanna Trevarthen sought financial assistance from ACC but was rejected because she was not exposed to asbestos at work.
Four New Zealanders suffering complications due to faulty hip implants have won the chance to appeal against the decision to deny them compensation.
Eleven women who fell pregnant following botched sterilisation operations are seeking compensation from ACC. Wellington lawyer John Miller said they were entitled to compensation for the expenses incurred by medical negligence.
A podcast episode featuring John Miller, speaking on the battle to get thousands of dollars in compensation for 60 people who had their details released to another claimant.
The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) battles families of severely disabled children during a group action in the Court of Appeal regarding appropriate compensation for parents who give up work to look after their children.
A woman requests ACC cover for mental injury after discovering a sexual partner had concealed the fact they were HIV-positive.
Maria Bagnall of John Miller Law questions the integrity of ACC’s policy on the most common type of childbirth-related injury.