Personal Injury/Compensation Law

If you believe you have suffered an injury due to someone else's actions, you may be entitled to compensation. We have dedicated personal injury lawyers that can advise you on what steps to take. 

Personal Injury Law is complex and strict time limits most often apply. If you have been injured it is essential that you speak with a lawyer as soon as possible.

Our main practice areas for personal injury law include motor vehicle accident claims, workers compensation claims, TPD (total and permanent disability) insurance claims and public liability claims . We can also assist you if you believe you have an entitlement to claim compensation through your superannuation. Please click here for further information and the answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

We can provide services on a no-win no-fee basis and can even visit you at home or in hospital if you are not well enough to visit our offices.  Click here to commence your free case assessment.

No Win No Fee - What does it mean?

We know that being injured can also mean financial hardship, making it difficult if not impossible for you to seek advice from an experienced personal injury compensation lawyer.

Our No Win No Fee guarantee takes this away.

To begin with we will assess your claim and let you know whether you have a case. We will tell you if we believe your claim won’t be successful, at no charge to you.

If on our advice you proceed with your personal injury compensation claim then we will enter into a written costs agreement, and give you an estimate of your legal costs.

The written agreement will state that you will only have to pay our professional fees if we obtain a settlement or court judgment of your personal injury compensation claim.

In appropriate cases we will also agree to pay all outlays associated with your claim. You will only have to repay the outlays (and professional fees) if we obtain a settlement or court judgment of your claim.

Our no win no fee guarantee removes any unwanted financial stress involved with making your claim.

Advertising restrictions in Queensland prohibit us from providing more detailed information about our experience and success in this area unless you are a client or making a genuine inquiry.  If you would like more information, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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