Compensation Law

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Motor Vehicle, Motorbikes, Pushbike Accidents

Motor vehicle compensation is often awarded to people who have suffered from common vehicle injuries such as whiplash, back, neck, head or spinal injuries, brain injuries and spinal injuries.​

Examples of these type of vehicle accidents include:

  • Driver or passenger injuries sustained where another vehicle driver was at fault.
  • Any pedestrian hit by a vehicle
  • Children involved in accidents
  • A motorcyclist or motorbike rider that was hit by a vehicle
  • A cyclist hit by an opening car door, also known as ‘dooring’

What Can Be Claimed:

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident through no fault of your own, it is crucial that you seek legal help immediately. Our expert Solicitors will be able to help you successfully claim the compensation you deserve.

Time Limits:

Different states have different time limits in relation to motor vehicle accident claims. Call us now to find out where you stand with time limits on your case on 1300 132 784.

Work Place Injury

If you have been injured at work, you may be entitled to compensation.

It can sometimes be difficult to know you have the right to claim workers compensation. It doesn’t matter if you were injured at your workplace or during your time employed, you may still have a right to claim compensation.

It is important to understand that if you have suffered from a workplace accident, you must tell your employer as soon as possible.

If you fall into one of the following employment conditions, you may be entitled for injury compensation:

  • Current or previous full-time employee
  • Part-time employee
  • Temporary employee
  • Subcontractor

Our expert workers compensation solicitors will be able to tell you whether or not you have a valid claim. Your case will be thoroughly reviewed, followed by a detailed plan of action.

Type of Injuries:

There are many different types of injuries covered by the workers compensation scheme; the most common include:

  • Injuries that limit you from performing your everyday work duties;
  • Injuries that prevent you from working full-time or part-time;
  • Illness or disease brought on or aggravated by workplace conditions;
  • Hearing loss, psychological disorders and degenerative diseases resulting from workplace environment.

If you have been injured whilst working, you generally can claim for:

  • Pain and suffering caused;
  • Compensation for any medical expenses or rehabilitation;
  • Loss of income.

Injury in a Public Place

If you have been injured in a public place, then you may be entitled to compensation. Your compensation entitlement will depend on whether the organisation or person involved acted negligently; and whether, that negligence lead to you being injured.​

Examples of Public Liability:

Public liability law covers a wide range of situations and circumstances.

​Below are some examples of injury situations that may entitle you to seek compensation:

  • Injuries sustained in a supermarket
  • Injuries sustained in a retail outlet or shopping centre
  • Injuries sustained in a park or sporting ground
  • Injuries sustained from falling in a public place
  • Recreational activity injuries
  • Aviation and boating injuries
  • Injuries sustained through physical assault
  • Injuries caused through animal attacks
  • Schoolyard injuries
  • Injuries sustained at amusement parks

Medical Negligence

Medical negligence cases can sometimes be hard to prove as some illnesses and injuries cannot be treated even with the best medical care.

Your solicitor will need to do a lot of investigation and research into your case and situation. Our expert medical negligence solicitors are dedicated to helping you win the maximum compensation possible while helping you get your life back on track.

Examples of Medical Negligence:

In many cases, it can be hard for patients to recognise when negligence has played a part in their persistent symptoms. Below are some examples of different types of medical negligence.

  • Medical misdiagnosis
  • Medication and prescription mistakes
  • Defective medical products
  • Errors incurred during surgery
  • General practitioner negligence
  • Injuries incurred during childbirth
  • Newborn and infant injuries or death
  • Anaesthesia error
  • Hospital negligence

No Win, No Fee

No Win No fee means that if you don’t win your case, you don’t need to pay any legal costs for services provided. This cements the fact that we strongly believe our compensation lawyers will win your case. If you do win your compensation claim, our service fees usually come out of your compensation entitlements, this way you do not need to pay any expenses upfront.

At the time of your consultation with a Solicitor, you will be told in more detail of any fees and charges on completion of your case. In some cases, you may need to pay some fees up front.