Eren Ozdemir

Eren acts on behalf of clients in Workers Compensation, Public Liability and Transport Accident matters.

He provides advice in relation to statutory benefit disputes, serious injury applications and common law proceedings. In addition to handling VCAT applications, Eren has litigation experience in the Magistrates’, County and Supreme Courts. Eren also has experience in industrial hearing loss and nervous shock claims.

Eren is commercially astute and diligent by nature, and he brings these qualities to his legal practice in providing clear, concise advice to achieve the best possible outcome for his clients.

Eren Ozdemir

Legal Career History

May 15 – present
Henry Carus + Associates
Solicitor (Melbourne)

Sep 14 – Nov 14
Maeve O’Brien & Associates
Paralegal (Melbourne)

Jun 14 – Jul 14
Moores
Trainee Lawyer (Melbourne)

Feb 13 – Jul 13
Victoria Legal Aid
Volunteer (Melbourne)

Aug 12
County Court of Victoria
Student Intern (Melbourne)

Contact Eren

24 hour response time
100% free with no obligation
98% case success rate
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Professional Qualifications

  • 2014 Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Leo Cussen Centre for Law
  • 2013 Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), Victoria University
  • 2010 Bachelor of Commerce (Economics, Finance & Financial Planning), Deakin University

Professional Associations

  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Australian Insurance Law Association

Published Articles

The Need to Consider a Person’s Language Skills When Assessing Their Work Capacity
The courts have recently commented on whether a person has work capacity, in the context of their language skills. In WorkCover claims, what do we look at when assessing whether a person has a... Read More »
The Concept of a ‘Distracting Injury’ – Salvatore Principe v Transport Accident Commission [2016] VSCA 205
Recently the Court of Appeal had the opportunity to explore the concept of a ‘distracting injury’ and its relationship with the causation element in personal injury claims. Background On 22 July 2009, the Mr... Read More »
An example where an injured cyclist was not covered by the TAC – Wilson v Transport Accident Commission [2016] VCAT 1063
Deputy President Lambrick recently handed down the decision in Wilson v Transport Accident Commission VCAT 1063. The case explored whether the act of colliding with a stationary vehicle while cycling can be considered... Read More »
The Defendant’s Obligation to Pay Some of Your Legal Costs in a Personal Injury Claim
The “No Win No Fee” is an expression that almost all people would have come across in their daily lives. So it is not surprising that most people have a general understanding of the... Read More »
A Guide to Help You Communicate with the TAC – 10 Terms You Should Know
The TAC is a Victorian Government organisation whose primary role is to provide support and benefits to those injured in transport accidents. Once you have your TAC claim accepted you become a part of... Read More »