Either ring Anne White, 0409 768 149 or email reception@alliedlawreports.com.au or enquire here
AlliedLaw consultants are experienced clinicians, who usually have at least 10 years’ experience in their respective professions. Each therapist is a member of our professional body, AHPRA, which requires all therapists to undertake continuing professional development to ensure our skills and knowledge remains current.

Some of our consultants specialise with injury types and, or clients.

Please either ring Anne White, 0409 768 149, or email reception@alliedlawreports.com.au, to match your needs with the right expertise.

AlliedLaw’s currently receives referral from both plaintiff and defendant solicitors, insurers and employers.
Yes all AlliedLaw consultants are able to travel to the claimant’s location and undertake assessments in their homes.
It is not unusual for our consultants to be available within one/two weeks’ notice to undertake an assessment. The reported completion time is usually within four weeks of the assessment, however if you require a report within a shorter time frame, we are able to meet your requirements and timeframes.
A functional capacity assessment is an assessment of the claimant’s current tolerances for activities. This includes:

  • Personal activities such as showering, dressing, toileting, feeding and personal grooming;
  • Domestic home tasks such as driving, cooking, cleaning, laundry, gardening, shopping and home maintenance tasks;
  • Employment options.

A request for a functional capacity assessment, can include past-gratuitous care needs, and opinion on future care needs.

Occupational therapist and physiotherapist are dually qualified to undertake Functional Capacity Assessments. Some of our consultants specialise with injury types and, or clients.

Please either ring Anne White, 0409 768 149, or email reception@alliedlawreports.com.au, to match your needs with the right expertise.

Yes, our panel has extensive experience working in allied health teams. Requests for joint reports include:

  • Physiotherapy and occupational therapy (particularly where the therapist has specialised skills with the injury/medical condition of the client);
  • Speech pathologist and physiotherapist/occupational therapist;
  • Physiotherapist/occupational therapist and psychologist
  • Physiotherapist/occupational therapist and Lifetec (equipment and aides experts)
  • Physiotherapist/occupational therapist and Accommodation Carer organisations/brokers