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Darren joined Henry Carus + Associates in November 2017, shortly after completing his Bachelor of Laws/ Bachelor of Arts degree at Deakin University.

Whilst Darren was undergoing his studies, he worked as a volunteer Paralegal for Social Security Rights Victoria, where he helped assist several people with disabilities gain access to social security benefits.

This inspired Darren to start a legal career in personal injury law, to help vulnerable members of the community gain access to justice.

Darren initially started working as a member of the firm’s New Client Services Team and then progressed into both Legal Assistant and Paralegal roles.

Whilst working as a Paralegal under the tutelage of Principal, Henry Carus, and Senior Associate, Jessica King, Darren gained extensive experience in all aspects of personal injury litigation.

Now as one of the Associates of our firm, Darren manages a combination of WorkCover, TAC, and Public Liability matters.

Darren prides himself on clear and effective communication and explaining complex legal matters in a simple and straightforward manner.

He is passionate and determined about ensuring that our clients achieve the most optimal outcome.

Outside of work, Darren can be found competing on both the cricket pitch and the soccer field, and barracking for his beloved Essendon Football Club.

Legal Career History

December 2022 – Present
Henry Carus + Associates
Associate

September 2020 – December 2022
Henry Carus + Associates

Lawyer

July 2019 – August 2020
Henry Carus + Associates
Trainee Lawyer

December 2018 – June 2019
Henry Carus + Associates

Paralegal

October 2018 – December 2018
Henry Carus + Associates

Legal Assistant

November 2017 – October 2018
Henry Carus + Associates

Client Intake Paralegal

March 2016 – November 2017
Social Security Rights Victoria

October 2015 – March 2016
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Tekeste Andermeskel came to our office seeking help after being injured in a motor vehicle accident. Tekeste is a highly educated man, who due to circumstances found himself driving a taxi in Melbourne for a living. He was injured when a police vehicle collided into his taxi while taking part in a police chase of another vehicle whose occupants had committed a crime. Tekeste suffered injuries that left him unable...

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Lei was injured in a motor vehicle accident when she was walking to pick her son up from school. Crossing on a green pedestrian light she was hit by a driver who failed to give way because she was distracted. The high speed impact caused a nasty injury to Lei’s neck. Following consultations with two different surgeons and attempts at conservative treatment Lei decided not to undergo major surgery to...

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Bridie came to us after she was injured when using her local bus service. The accident occurred when she was thrown forward when the bus suddenly took off before she could sit down. She suffered a painful injury to her left wrist. The injury also caused her to lose her independence. She had trouble doing all the things she did herself before the injury, her gardening, shopping, cleaning, ironing and...

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Ben, a hardworking Carpenter owner-builder, was involved in a motor vehicle accident that caused severe injuries to his lungs, liver as well as multiple fractures to his ribs and pelvis. He came to us seeking our support and guidance to assist him through the process of making a TAC claim.  We resolved his matter in 2016 achieving an excellent outcome for Ben. It would seem the outcome has truly benefited...

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Kapiti was involved in a motor vehicle accident in July 2009.  The vehicle at fault for the accident was unknown as the driver fled the scene following the accident. Kapiti came to Henry Carus and Associates when one of the large firms told him they did not think the court would find he had a serious injury as a result of injuries he sustained. An application had been made to the...

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Ken came to our office after having a fall at a restaurant while working as a chef. What made Ken’s claim different was that he was 69 years old when his accident happened. He had been asked by his employer to return back to work after his retirement to help out when he was short of staff. Ken suffered a nasty hip injury which led to a total hip replacement...

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Paul came to us after suffering a serious injury to his knee while holidaying on a houseboat on the Murray River.  His knee was injured when the houseboat decking gave way from under him, resulting in his leg falling through a hole.  The decking had broken previously during the same charter and the houseboat owner took no action, allowing Paul and his friends to continue to use the houseboat. After...

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Tristan was riding his motor bike only a short distance from his home when another motorist drove through a stop sign and collided with him. As a result of the accident, Tristan suffered serious injuries to his right knee. He has since undergone numerous operations and lengthy rehabilitation, but has been left with a permanent injury to his right knee. Before the accident, Tristan was busy establishing a promising career...

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Our client came to us in November of 2021 after suffering an injury at her place of work. Ms Lee was employed in a customer service position at the local grocery store. However, due to the qualified butcher having finished for the day, our client was pressured into a situation to perform a butcher’s task for a customer despite our client having not received education or training in this profession....

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Tania was travelling alone along the S. Gippsland Highway, stationary with her right indicator on, when she was hit at approximately 100 km per hour by a Nissan Patrol utility vehicle. She cannot recall the accident but was told she was air lifted to the Royal Melbourne Hospital where they treated her injuries including a traumatic brain injury. She was advised that she should learn to live with her injuries....

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