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A TPD or total permanent disability claim is a lump-sum payment intended to help support someone who is no longer able to work due to severe injury or illness.

What is a No Win No Fee Agreement?

No win no fee agreement for a compensation claim means your lawyer only gets paid if they win your case.

If you’ve just had an accident or suffered from an injury or illness, then you might be entitled to lodge a compensation claim.

What is a public liability claim?

A public liability claim is a compensation claim taken out against a third party when a person has been injured in place that is accessible to the public

What is a TPD Claim?

TPD is an acronym that stands for total and permanent disability.

Our client was enjoying a skiing holiday in the Snowy Mountains when she was struck by an employee of the snowfields causing her to fall heavily on the ground.

A public liability accident usually occurs on property that is open or accessible to the public.

Our client was a young man backpacking in Australia from the United Kingdom at the time of his accident. He was healthy, fit, a personal trainer and a semi-professional soccer player.

Our client sustained psychiatric injuries when a vehicle crashed into his house causing severe damage to his property.  At the time of the incident he was at home with his family,

Our client, a young university student, was crossing the road when a motorbike rider traveling at speed collided with him.

Our client, a 62 year old truck delivery driver, sustained injuries to his back and leg in the course of his employment.

Our client was injured when she was a passenger in a motor vehicle driven by her father. She was 10 years old at the time and suffered shock and neck pain due to the accident.