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Ajeeth Appuraj

Joining our team in 2022, Ajeeth came to us as a qualified lawyer from his home country of India. After completing a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws in India, B.A.B.L (Hons), Ajeeth came to Australia and continued his education, completing a Masters Degree in Justice and Criminology from RMIT University, as well as studying US Intellectual Property Law.

Ajeeth’s experience in personal injury law relating to railway claims as well as time spent in civil litigation highlighted his desire to contribute to the wellness of the injured person rather than defending the entities/organisation’s activities. A perfect match for Henry Carus + Associates!

Currently holding a Legal Assistant position in our firm, Ajeeth aspires to successfully become registered in Australia as a legal practitioner and may look to delve into the area of medical negligence area sometime later as he has had a keen interest in pharmacology and chemistry since childhood.

When not contributing to the health, wellbeing, and justice of our clients, you can find Ajeeth cooking while taking in some good tunes, socialising with friends, or getting active playing cricket or working out at the gym.

Qualifications / Accomplishments / Accreditations:

  • Completed Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws in India, B.A.B.L (Hons) – received Distinction overall with higher marks in Technology & Intellectual Property Laws.
  • Completed master’s in justice and Criminology from RMIT University, Melbourne – received Distinction with higher GPA. Gained HD in Labour Relations Law & Crimes Law.
  • Studied US Intellectual Property Law – Online program.
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Stephanie was driving along Cape Otway Road when she slowed down to make a turn right into her farm entrance, she had her indicators on to signal her move. As she was crossing over to the other side of the road another vehicle, attempted to overtake and collided into the offside part of the Stephanie’s vehicle. Her vehicle was written off. She suffered multiple injuries that required several surgeries. The...

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Victoria came to us after years with another firm. Her WorkCover compensation claim was going nowhere, and she was told that she would not be able to obtain a serious injury certificate. Within a short period of time, we obtained a certificate for Victoria and settled her common law claim.

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As a result of a workplace accident, Gagandeep suffered serious injuries to his foot. However, Serious Injury Certificates to bring common law claim for pain and suffering, and loss of earnings capacity were denied. Following Gagandeep’s instructions, we issued proceedings on his behalf. After we issued proceedings, the Serious Injury Certificates were granted for both pain and suffering, and loss of earnings capacity. We subsequently settled our client’s common law...

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Aidan was riding his bicycle on his way to university. He was run over by a car that failed to give way at a Give Way Sign. He suffered multiple injuries including his right wrist that required surgery, sprained ankle, fracture to his radius and bone dysplasia. As result of the transport accident his studies were disrupted. Here is what Aidan had to say about Henry Carus and Associates after...

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Mrs. Vartika-Krishna Saxena, a young mother and wife, was seriously injured in a tragic accident when she was struck by a car as she was crossing the street as a pedestrian. The impact of the collision caused Mrs. Saxena, then 35 years old, to be thrown into the air before landing on the road. She was assisted by passers-by, before police and ambulance attended, and transported her to the Northern...

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Sharon came to our office after suffering an extensive back injury at work. Her matter was complicated by a prior WorkCover incident, some 8 years before, and the nature of her work environment at the time that her accident had occurred. Once we had an opportunity to review all of Sharon’s history, including her recent injury, we advised her that she should submit two separate WorkCover claims seeking compensation –...

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Erika had a fall whilst in hospital. After a significant period of rehab, due to the injuries from the fall, she sought legal advice from another legal firm about bringing a claim against the hospital. Initially she was told the law firm would assist her, but then they advised they did not think she could prove her claim. Erika could not understand this advice and came to us for a...

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Gavin came to us in 2017 after a nasty fall in the street. He was walking along a footpath in a suburban shopping street. A store had previously been demolished leaving a vacant lot that abutted the footpath. The edge of the footpath had deteriorated over time. Although the Council repaired the area in 2015, the repair itself was poor and began to break down, so that Gavin tripped and...

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In 2017, self-employed business owner Pedro was performing a job in Collingwood where, due to no fault of his own, he was trapped in the building. In order to exit our client was required to lift a defective roller door. In the process of doing so, he ruptured his left bicep. Due to these injuries, Pedro’s usual day-to-day activity came to a halt. He was forced to give up his...

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In December 2017, Peter was hit by a Ute as he was driving home after playing golf. A 4WD driver failed to give way hit and rear-ended back of a Ute. The Ute then hit Peter's car resulting in a T-bone collision at the intersection.  As a result of the transport accident Peter suffered multiple injuries.  Peter is in late 70's a passionate golf player. Peter was open and transparent...

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