Press Coverage

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20191119 The Project - Cohen Fink

20191119 The Project - Cohen Fink

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November 19, 2021

Channel 10, The Project

Peter Hellier reports.

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July 29, 2021

Channel 7 News

Rick Arden reports.

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July 30, 2021

Bid for Perth schoolboy’s death to go to inquest ‘may help save other children’s lives’

"...Supreme Court Justice Jeremy Curthoys has reserved his decision over the matter after listening to two hours worth of arguments from the Fink’s lawyer, Lachlan Palmos, and Joshua Berson from the State Solicitor’s Office...."


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19 June, 2021

Legal advice sought over WA jetty collapse

"A family injured when a 112-year-old jetty on Rottnest Island partially collapsed are seeking legal advice. A 48-year-old British mother, her 11-year-old son and a female relative, 63, from Perth were injured when a slab of concrete gave way on the Army Jetty in October

Lawyer Lachlan Palmos is advising the Perth-based family about a... "

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May 26, 2021

‘Our kids are dying’: Perth parents’ search for answers from school over son’s suicide ends up in Supreme Court

"The State Coroner’s decision was set aside on February 24 this year after the Finks employed Palmos Legal and took steps to show the finding contained errors, including a reference to Cohen suffering “misophonia”....."


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5 Nov, 2020

Coroner's Call Stands

Attorney General John Quigley has denied a local family’s request to overturn the Coroner’s decision not to hold an inquest into the death of their 17-year-old son.

Pamella and Chris Fink say their son Cohen, pictured left, who took his own life on June 4, 2019, was “tremendously let down” by the education system, which “should have been supporting him and looking after his wellbeing....."


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February 14, 2019

Rottnest Jetty Collapse Mum Takes Action Against The State

"...Trapped by pieces of concrete, the mother fought to keep her unconscious son’s head above water. The 63-year-old woman broke her ankle.

“Our clients suffered significant injuries as a result of the jetty collapsing, and are still recovering,” Lachlan Palmos, from Palmos Legal, said. Mr Palmos said his clients heard a noise and were suddenly in the water and in serious trouble...."

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