If you are injured in an accident which is not your fault in Australia then you could well be entitled to compensation arising from the injury suffered and losses sustained. Whilst the law in relation to compensation is completely different for each State and Territory, 'as a rule' you might be entitled to claim -
There are different time limits and thresholds to the claims depending on when and how the injury was sustained and therefore you should contact Legal Injury today for advice on your particular circumstances and entitlements.
If you were injured either at work or travelling to and from or in connection with work then a no fault scheme will apply and you could be entitled to compensation irrespective of how the injury was sustained and Legal Injury should immediately be consulted.
You deserve the best representation - contact Legal Injury first if you have been involved in any of the following situations -
To receive the maximum damages on your Personal Injury Compensation Claim talk to the professionals at Legal Injury by filling in the form on the top right.
Please supply details of when, where (including State or Territory) and how the accident occurred, including the extent of the injury sustained.
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