Cardillo Gray Partners successfully litigated, against TAL, a claim on behalf of a former police officer in receipt of a damages settlement. TAL had offset the former officer’s damages against her income protection entitlements reducing her benefits to effectively zero.
Cardillo Gray Partners have successfully argued in the Court of Appeal that the basis on which pension increase entitlements are assessed is not limited to certified infirmities. Click here to read more.
NSW Police Officer, Christopher Charles Fullick was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm and common assault. During his court case Mr Fullick’s legal team, including Stuart Gray, argued that he was not guilty, due to “automatism”. They introduced three key experts – a neurosurgeon, a neurologist and a psychologist – who all stated that the police […]
Hunter region police officer, Jamie Ross, has been fighting for his benefits for years, after being both eligible to be medically discharged, as well as fired for an overturned assault conviction. His legal team, including Cardillo Gray Partners Stuart Gray, had been locked in cases for years, to see Mr Ross receive his benefits. They […]
In a trial, before Justic Robert Hulme, Ricky Whelan was one of three defendants accused of murdering Stephen MacLeod. Mr Whelan was represented by Stuart Gray, who was arguing causation and self defence. The jury found all three defendants not guilty of murder. Click here to read more. IMAGE | Stuart Gray, leaving court with […]
Whilst off duty, former police officer Daniel Wark, was driving when he saw a ute pull in front of him and then cut across a median strip. Mr Wark followed the vehicle, indicating he wanted the occupants to pull over. When they did, he assaulted the driver. His defence team, including Tony Cardillo and barrister […]
On a yacht, owned by billionaire Frank Lowy, an engineer was killed when the automatic doors on the aft deck malfunctioned, cutting him in two. Solicitor Stuart Gray acted on behalf of his widow. The argument involved the location of the vessel off the coast of Thailand and the law applicable to the action. The […]
In a case where a patient could not be treated by a paramedic, due two guard dogs, Stuart Gray appeared on behalf of the Australia Paramedics Association (APA) to assist the Coroner and protect the rights of the paramedics involved. Click here to read more. IMAGE | Picture from The Daily Telegraph