Personal Compensation Law

We offer personal compensation services in Queensland, NSW, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.

Our specialist personal injury lawyers advise on:

  • State-based worker's compensation;

  • Comcare (the federal worker’s compensation scheme);

  • Motor vehicle accident claims;

  • Medical negligence claims;

  • Abuse claims;

  • Public liability (slip and fall claims);

  • Black Lung, Silicosis, Asbestos & Dust Diseases (QLD); and

  • TPD and income protection claims.

Each State and Territory has different laws so it’s important you select the relevant location.

 

Blog Posts - Personal Compensation Law

Key changes to motor vehicle accident compensation in NSW from 1 April 2023

Key changes to motor vehicle accident compensation in NSW from 1 April 2023

Legislation governing motor vehicle accident compensation in NSW saw significant changes implemented from April 2023. If you have suffered an injury, it is highly recommended that you seek the advice of an experienced personal injury lawyer to ensure you receive all benefits you are entitled to in a timely manner.

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Abuse victim awarded $12 million in damages after nightclub assault

Abuse victim awarded $12 million in damages after nightclub assault

We explore the case of Mr Leonard, a man who suffered life changing physical and mental disabilities as a result of an assault after an altercation with a nightclub bouncer in Hobart in 2014. Mr Leonard sued the bouncer and the employer of the bouncer, and was awarded over $12,000,000 compensation.

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NSW worker’s compensation claims due to aggravation of a previous injury

NSW worker’s compensation claims due to aggravation of a previous injury

It’s a common question: Can I claim worker’s compensation if my injury is an aggravation of a previous injury. The short answer is yes!

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My NSW worker’s compensation claim has been denied

Help! My NSW worker’s compensation claim has been denied

Understanding the reasons your NSW worker’s compensation claim is rejected will help you determine what your options are to appeal that decision and have it reviewed.

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