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Turner Freeman Legal Matters

2GB Legal Matters podcasts each Tuesday | Turner Freeman Lawyers

Tune into our Legal Matters Radio Show on 2GB, Tuesdays at 1.30pm. Our lawyers will cover a range of legal topics, including Compensation & Personal Injury Law, Employment Law, Wills & Estate Law and Superannuation & Disability Claims. Listen to our latest podcasts below.

Our Podcasts

Asbestos Disease Claims

17 September 2019 Click to Listen

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Commonwealth Compensation

6 August 2019 Click to Listen

8 October 2019 Click to Listen


Employment & Industrial Law

25 October 2019 Click to Listen

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Industrial Deafness

22 August 2017 Click to Listen

23 August 2016 Click to Listen, Read the Transcript


Institutional Abuse

9 April 2019 Click to Listen, Read the Transcript


Medical Negligence

26 November 2019 Click to Listen

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Miscellaneous

17 May 2016 Click to Listen (Privacy law)


Motor Vehicle Claims

24 April 2017 Click to Listen, Read the Transcript

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NDIS

13 August 2019 Click to Listen, Read the Transcript

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Personal Injury Law

19 November 2019 Click to Listen

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Property Law

29 November 2016 Click to Listen, Read the Transcript

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Superannuation, TPD & Insurance

22 October 2019 Click to Listen

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Wills & Estates

29 October 2019 Click to Listen

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Workers Compensation

25 October 2019 Click to Listen

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