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If you have been injured in an accident due to no fault of your own you could be entitled to claim compensation.

We understand a personal injury can have a devastating effect physically, emotionally, and financially. By completing Australian Compensation Advice Free Enquiry Form, we can advise you on your accident and ensure you matter is handled by the best legal compensation specialists who will help you recover the maximum compensation you deserve.

Accidents can happen anywhere – in the home, in the car, at work or even walking down the street. Some if the most common places where accidents and injuries can often occur include, shopping centres, supermarkets, shops, public places and areas, roads and footpaths, walkways, park, clubs, pubs, social venues and functions, council property and just about any other area and property outside your own home. If you have been injured in an accident which was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation. We are Australia’s number 1 website for compensation advice.

There are many different types of claims for personal injury. Some of the most common claims include:

  1. Work Accident Compensation Claims
  2. Road Traffic Accident Compensation Claims
  3. Motorcycle Accident Compensation Claims
  4. Car Accident Compensation Claims
  5. Passenger Injury Compensation Claims
  6. Pedestrian Injury Compensation Claims
  7. Slip, trip and fall Compensation Claims
  8. Industrial Disease Compensation Claims
  9. Spinal Injury Compensation Claims
  10. Defective Product Compensation Claims
  11. Medical Negligence Compensation Claims
  12. Fatal Accident Compensation Claims
  13. Head and Brain Injury Compensation Claims
  14. Personal Injury Compensation Claims
  15. Amputation Compensation Claims
  16. Criminal Injury Compensation Claims
In order to succeed in a personal injury claim, it is usually necessary to show that the accident was caused by someone else’s negligence. The law of negligence has been built up over many years through reported court cases. As a result the law lays down ‘standards of care’ which apply to all the fields of human activity. If we can show that someone has failed to meet the required standard of care, and you have suffered injury as a result, they will be found to have been negligent and you will have a legal right to make a claim for damages against them. In practice, virtually all claims are handled not by the negligent parties, but by their insurers. These insurance companies are often called, Public Liability Insurers and also Occupiers Liability Insurers.

In relation to accidents at work, statutes and regulations play an ever-increasing role. Work activities are now governed by rules and regulations designed to address the important issue of occupational health and safety in the workplace.

Generally speaking, it is possible to bring a claim against anyone who, through negligence, has caused you injury.

If you have been injured in an accident which was not your fault, you should complete our Free online enquiry form to find out if you can claim compensation for your personal injuries

There are strict time limits so don’t delay – act today and complete our FREE online enquiry form.