Public, Product & Occupiers Liability Claims

Located right here on the Central Coast, our Compensation Lawyers have over 45 combined years experience in helping people who have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence get the compensation they are entitled to.

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Public Liability Claims

Have you experienced injury from someone else’s negligence? Do you want to seek compensation for your personal injury – but are unsure if you are eligible? We can help.

Is there a time limit?

Yes claims should be lodged within 3 years the date of the accident. BUT If there are good reasons why you haven’t done so you may still be able to make a claim even if you have missed the 3 year limitation period. Contact us for further details.

What is a Public Liability Claim?

An accident in public or on someone else’s private or commercial premises, construction sites, entertainment venues or shopping centres.

 

When can a claim be made?

When a person suffers an injury in a private or commercial premises, construction sites, entertainment venues or shopping centres.

What type of injuries can be compensated?
  • Physical Injuries
  • Psychological/Psychiatric Injuries
What compensation will I be entitled to?

Depending on the nature and extent of your injuries to you may be entitled to compensation for the cost of:

  • Past and future medical treatment;
  • Past and future loss of earnings including superannuation;
  • Past and future domestic assistance; and
  • Pain and suffering.
Will I have to go to court?
  • In most cases we can help you negotiate a settlement with the insurer outside of court.
  • It is only in rare cases where there are issues relating liability that the matter will need to be resolved by a court.
Product Liability Claims

If you’ve been injured because of a faulty product, you may be entitled to claim compensation. With our No Win No Fee guarantee, you don’t have to pay our legal fees unless we win.

Is there a time limit?

Yes claims should be lodged within 3 years from the date of the accident. BUT If there are good reasons why you haven’t done so you may still be able to make a claim even if you have missed the 3 years limitation period. Contact us for further details.

What is a Product Liability Claim?

Injury caused as a result of a faulty product.

 

When can a claim be made?

When a person is injured as a result of a faulty product.

What type of injuries can be compensated?
  • Physical Injuries
  • Psychological/Psychiatric Injuries
What compensation will I be entitled to?

Depending on the nature and extent of your injuries to you may be entitled to compensation for the cost of:

  • Past and future medical treatment;
  • Past and future loss of earnings including superannuation;
  • Past and future domestic assistance; and
  • Pain and suffering.
Will I have to go to court?
  • In most cases we can help you negotiate a settlement with the insurer outside of court.
  • It is only in rare cases where there are issues relating liability that the matter will need to be resolved by a court.
Occupiers Liability Claims

If you are injured on someone else’s property or in a public place and there is negligence on the part of the occupier or owner of the property then you may have an action in negligence, provided you can show fault on the part of the occupier.

Is there a time limit?

Yes claims should be lodged within 3 years from the date of the accident. BUT If there are good reasons why you haven’t done so you may still be able to make a claim even if you have missed the 3 year limitation period. Contact us for further details.

What is an Occupiers Liability Claim?

Some examples include slips, trips and falls in supermarkets and shopping centres, injuries on leased premises, injuries in car parks adjacent to shopping centres or hotels and clubs, injuries on building sites, injuries involving security guards or other persons providing security services at premises, pedestrian hazards on roads or other public areas.

When can a claim be made?

When a person is injured as a result of a slip, trip and fall in supermarkets and shopping centres, injuries on leased premises, injuries in car parks adjacent to shopping centres or hotels and clubs, injuries on building sites, injuries involving security guards or other persons providing security services at premises, pedestrian hazards on roads or other public areas.

What type of injuries can be compensated?
  • Physical Injuries
  • Psychological/Psychiatric Injuries
What compensation will I be entitled to?

Depending on the nature and extent of your injuries to you may be entitled to compensation for the cost of:

  • Pain & Suffering
  • Past and future medical treatment;
  • Past and future loss of earnings including superannuation;
  • Past and future domestic assistance.
Will I have to go to court?
  • In most cases we can help you negotiate a settlement with the insurer outside of court.
  • It is only in rare cases where there are issues relating liability that the matter will need to be resolved by a court.

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