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Tiffany Laslett

Tiffany Laslett

Tiffany Laslett



Tiffany has worked as a solicitor in a number of jurisdictions – Western Australia (Perth), Queensland (Brisbane) and South Australia. She is an extremely experienced solicitor, having worked for over 25 years representing injured persons and having handled some of the most complex and challenging cases: birth injuries, brain and spinal injuries and amputation injuries.

Tiffany appreciates that litigation can be stressful and the processes sometimes difficult for people to understand. She develops empathetic and trusting relationship with her clients and is committed to ensuring that they receive payment of fair compensation.

She enjoys challenging cases, specialising in medical negligence claims. Working in Perth enabled her to handle many serious mining accident claims. She also has extensive experience in motor vehicle accident, public liability, superannuation and workers compensation claims.

When she is not working, Tiffany is a keen overseas traveller, loves photography, perfecting her Spanish language skills, gardening and playing with her chocolate Labrador, Mocha.

  • Areas of specialisation

    • Medical Negligence
    • Birth Injury Claims
    • Catastrophic Injuries
    • Work Injuries
    • Mining Accidents
    • Motor Vehicle Accidents
    • Public Liability Claims
    • Injuries Sustained Interstate or Overseas
  • Significant achievements

    Tiffany has successfully resolved hundreds of cases, some of which have been simple and straightforward but many of which have been complex and challenging. Examples of some of the categories or types of cases she has achieved favourable settlements for include:

    • Birth injury claims involving cerebral palsy;
    • Motor vehicle accident claims involving traumatic brain injury, spinal injuries and amputation as well as fractures and soft tissue injuries;
    • Delayed diagnosis of appendicitis resulting in rupture of the appendix, pelvic abscesses, emergency surgery, scarring and reduced fertility;
    • Failure to detect and report a subdural haematoma on radiological films following a hockey ball hit to the head, resulting in serious and permanent brain injury;
    • Failure to diagnosis cauda equina syndrome resulting in urinary incontinence;
    • Negligent prescription of steroid based eye drops for allergic conjunctivitis over a prolonged period resulting in early onset of glaucoma and development of cataracts;
    • Negligent management of episiotomy following childbirth resulting in intermittent bowel incontinence;
    • Misdiagnosis of bacterial meningitis as a viral illness resulting in permanent brain damage to a young boy;
    • Orthopaedic Surgeon undertaking surgery on the incorrect toes;
    • Delayed diagnosis of a bowel perforation during abdominal surgery leading to the development of peritonitis;
    • Delayed diagnosis of cancer resulting in reduced life expectancy;
    • Malrotation of the ankle joint during orthopaedic surgery resulting in impaired gait and leg function;
    • Complications from cosmetic surgery resulting in extensive and unacceptable scarring;
    • Failure by a GP practice to properly investigate patient’s symptoms of DVT and diagnose pulmonary embolism resulting in the death of the patient, a young mother;
    • Surgeons undertaking additional gynaecological procedures during surgery, without consent;
    • Use of excessive force by security officers at hotels and nightclubs resulting in serious injury;
    • Various incidents on mining and construction sites, in Western Australia, South Australia and overseas;
    • Wrongful arrest  and excessive use of force by police officers causing physical and psychological injuries;
    • Public liability claims involving slippery and hazardous areas.
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