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Andrew Bull

Phone: 02 4904 8057

Email: abull@turnbullhill.com.au

Andrew joined Turnbull Hill Lawyers in 2004 as our Human Resources Manager. He has gained extensive management experience in both business operations and human resources throughout his career of 30 years.

Andrew understands the commercial realities of running a business and has partnered with many managers and business owners across various industries to coach and assist them with the implementation of practical workplace relations strategies. He is an integral part of our workplace relations team where his human resources know-how, combined with the legal expertise of our workplace relations lawyers, ensures you receive comprehensive yet very practical advice designed to meet your specific needs.

Andrew has over 20 years experience within a broad range of generalist human resource areas including employee relations, policies and procedures development, industrial relations, occupational health & safety, learning & development, human resource planning, payroll, compensation and benefits administration, succession planning and recruitment. Having worked across all three states on the eastern seaboard of Australia, he has held a number of senior human resources roles in both a generalist and specialist capacity.

Outside of work, Andrew enjoys fishing and spending time on his boat on Lake Macquarie.


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What is a catastrophic injury claim?

Back > Personal Injury Lawyers Injury claims, for the most part, are claims for compensation which people bring when they have suffered an injury because of another person's wrongdoing. Generally the wrongdoing will be in the form of negligence. The degree of injury that may be suffered varies enormously. For example, some...

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How long should it take to settle my personal injury claim?

Back > Personal Injury Lawyers It's my estimate that about 80% of personal injury claims that progress to the commencement of legal proceedings settle. Therefore, you will probably have the opportunity to settle your claim without needing a judge to determine it. However, as the saying goes "it takes two to tango&quot...

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Medical Negligence Claims - What do I do?

1. You contact us ASAP as time limits apply Under the Law both adults and children must commence legal proceedings within 3 years of their claim being "discoverable". To ensure proceedings are commenced in time, we recommend where possible they be commenced within 3 years of the act of negligence. Once you have contacte...

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Occupier of retail shop not liable for the actions of a "suspected fraudster"

On the 8th of February 2013, the New South Wales Court of Appeal handed down its Decision in an appeal by a store owner against a finding it was liable to compensate one of its customers who was injured by suspected fraudsters. The facts of this case as generally set out in the Decision were as follows. At about 11.35am on 17 Septembe...

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Coles must pay the following failed appeal

An article taken from the first edition of our e-Precedents... The New South Wales Court of Appeal has ordered Coles Supermarkets to pay damages of nearly half a million dollars to a lady who was recovering from cancer when she was hit and injured by a trolley whilst shopping in one of its stores. The lady, 48 at the time, was struck by a...

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