Personal Injury Lawyers
in New South Wales

Attwood Marshall – Personal Injury Lawyers (New South Wales) has dedicated personal injury lawyers to assist you with Compensation Law.
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Personal Injury lawyers New South Wales
| Compensation Law

At Attwood Marshall, our personal injury lawyers in New South Wales have been practising in NSW Compensation Law for decades. Our dedicated team handled a vast number of compensation cases following incidents resulting from a range of different scenarios.

We can help and support you in many areas of Compensation Law, including:

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Motor Accident Claims

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident in New South Wales where another driver is totally or partially at fault, or even if there is no one at fault in the accident, you may be eligible to claim for compensatory damages. The amount of compensation you can claim will depend on the nature and extent of your injuries, which is why it is vital to speak to a legal professional before taking any action to ensure the best possible result.

You can claim compensation for:

  • Pain and suffering (subject to a threshold)
  • Past and future out of pocket expenses
  • Past and future loss of income
  • Past and future Loss of superannuation
  • Domestic or commercial care provided as a result of the accident (subject to a threshold)

You are required to file for court proceedings to claim compensation for your injuries within 3 years from the date of the motor vehicle accident. If they are not filed within that time, you will lose all your rights to recover compensation for your injuries.

Most cases are referred to CARS which is an administrative system designed to keep most cases out of the court system to adjudicate as to the amount of damages. Whilst there is no time limit for referring the matter to CARS it is prudent to do so within 3 years, because obtaining a grant of leave to proceed through the court after a CARS assessment is often difficult.

It’s very important that you seek professional legal advice from our personal injury law specialists as soon as possible after the accident occurs, to ensure all the correct claims procedures are followed, applications are completed, and particulars are supplied and offers of settlement are made.

Most Motor Accident Claims are successfully settled by informal negotiation or at a settlement conference, or through a CARS assessment hearing. If a settlement or a favourable outcome can’t be reached then we will proceed to court to achieve the best outcome for you.

Workers’ Compensation Claims

If you are injured at work or while performing an activity in connection with your work, you can claim compensation for the injury sustained. The avenues for compensation and the processes to make a claim differ in New South Wales, so please contact the Personal Injuries Department Manager in your state for further details, and to find out how to move forward with your claim.

The four sets of benefits payable are:

  • Weekly payments of workers’ compensation, if you are unable to work or are unable to earn the same amount of money
  • Medical expenses including all medical charges and private hospital fees, as covered by legislation
  • Permanent impairment benefits, based on how much damage you have suffered to result in a permanent loss of function of a particular body part
  • Death benefits for surviving family members and dependents in the event of a work related death

More generous benefits are available to Police, Fire and Ambulance personnel.

A claim for workers’ compensation must be lodged within 6 months from the date of the injury, although this time limit can be extended in certain specific circumstances. If you suffer an injury at work because of the negligence of your employer, you may also be entitled to lodge a common law claim against them. This must be lodged within 3 years from the date of the injury.

The legislation relating to these sorts of claims are highly complex, and it is strongly recommended that you seek legal assistance from our experienced team. Our personal injury lawyers in New South Wales are available to guide you through the necessary procedures and ensure that your claim is submitted correctly.

In New South Wales, you can find more information by visiting the NSW Workers’ Compensation Commission, ICARE and Workcover Independent Review Office (WIRO) websites.

Occupiers Liability/Public Liability Claims

If you have been injured due to the negligence of another person in either a public or private place, you may have a claim for compensation. As with all personal injury claims, the legislation and necessary legal procedures vary slightly between states, so please get in touch with the relevant Personal Injuries Department Manager in New South Wales before you take any action.

The amount of compensation that can be claimed depends on the nature and extent of your injuries. You can claim compensation for:

  • Past and future out of pocket expenses
  • Past and future loss of income
  • Loss of superannuation

And subject to exceeding thresholds contained in the legislation, you can also make a claim for:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Past and future domestic assistance

Court proceedings to claim compensation for your injuries need to be filed within 3 years from the date of the injury, or you will lose all rights to receive compensation. There are a number of important procedural steps that must be taken before you can file for court proceedings, and our leading personal injury lawyers in New South Wales can guide you through the whole process.

We are proud to service clients in New South Wales. We know injury law and will provide our expert legal assistance to help you obtain the entitlements you deserve.

No Win, No Fee personal injury lawyers New South Wales

In addition to our *No Win, No Fee guarantee, we also offer a free initial consultation with one of our dedicated personal injury lawyers to assess and determine whether you have a case. With our strong negotiation techniques, expertise and focus on achieving a desirable end result, we are able to settle many cases out of court to save you a significant amount of time and effort.

Our commitment to open, ongoing communication ensures you are always up-to-date with the progress of your case. We are heavily experienced and knowledgeable about the differing legislation and legal processes to make a Compensation Claim in New South Wales, and can successfully service clients from New South Wales seeking compensation for injuries out of your control.

For New South Wales claims you will have the security of knowing that your case will be conducted or overseen by Chris Clarke, an Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law for over 10 years with a total of over 20 years experience in the legal profession.

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