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Brain injuries have a serious impact on a person’s day to day life, not to mention the impact on family and friends.

In 2016, our client was walking across the road when a motor vehicle struck her causing serious injuries.

What should you do if you have been injured in a slip and fall injury?

A 2016 report by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) on the life insurance sector, claimed that insurers declined an average of 16 percent of claims with one insurer

Under the current CTP Scheme, all persons injured in a motor accident which are not at fault can claim for the following:

Pain and Suffering Compensation

It is estimated that thousands of workers will potentially be cut off from their weekly compensation benefits in 2017.

What can I do if the other party is not insured or leaves the scene of a motor vehicle accident?

Can I make a claim if my personal injury claim form is lodged after the six month time period?

Yes.

What should I do if I've been involved in a Motor Accident?

 

Recent changes to the law now make the insurer liable to pay your legal costs for advice regarding a review of a work capacity decision.

If you have been injured during the course of your employment you may have a right to claim for your time off work, medical expense and even a lump sum for your injuries.

There are inherent risks involved in undertaking any form of surgery.