Millner and Knight are a fully integrated claims management company. Predominantly specialising in personal injury compensation, we serve the whole of Australia.
Find out why so many Aussies choose us to make it right for them.
At Millner and Knight, our mission is to remove the cloud of mystery surrounding the law by cutting out the legal jargon and communicating with our clients in a language they can understand. We work towards helping plaintiffs understand their rights and responsibilities so they can clearly understand their situation and possibly anticipate their next move.
Our people believe that victims who have been injured in no-fault accidents should have free, and easy access to legal advice to find out where they stand. For this reason, we set up an industry-leading advice line at our head office in Perth Western Australia.
Our advice is free and confidential, and we can usually let people know in minutes whether they are entitled to make a 100% risk-free personal injury claim with us or not.
We take great pride in the services we offer and never push anyone who calls us into making a claim. However, if you have already made your mind up and are looking to get the ball rolling, we will transfer you to one of our personal injury lawyers who specialise in cases like yours.
We will match you with one of our most suitable lawyers located as close to you as possible. They will then offer you a free consultation to discuss your case in greater detail. At this stage, you are still under no obligation to follow through with us.
In 2019 Millner and Knight acquired Australian Accident Helpline in a strategic effort to increase our companies market share within the Australian personal injury sector. In turn, the added marketing power will enable us to make it right for even more people who have been victims of no fault accidents.
Experience and Success
Our national network of lawyers is chosen based on their experience and success.
We cover some of the most specialist areas of personal injury and medical negligence. There aren’t many cases we haven’t seen or dealt with in the past.
We understand the difference that compensation makes to people who have suffered no-fault accidents, so, for this reason, we only work with the best.
Our lawyers will never be pushed around or settle for anything less than you deserve. In most cases claims are settled without having to step into a courtroom.
What Type of Claims Can We Handle?
We have made significant investments in our national operations and are capable of handling any types of accident and injury claims.
We can help you recover compensation for a range of injuries including:
- auto injury claims in NSW, QLD, SA, VIC and WA
- clinical negligence
- super claims
- deafness and hearing loss
- back injuries
- insurance disputes
- work incidents in WA and QLD
- asbestosis claims
- public liability
- soft tissue injuries
- And many more
If you’ve been injured, you’re in good hands.
Millner and Knight is an Equal opportunity employer (EEO) and believes in giving everybody a fair go.
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We understand that the personal injury sector has earned itself a bit of a bad reputation over recent years. In particular, the cold calling and cutthroat sales tactics used by unethical firms. We have never made a cold call and we never will, so, for this reason, we joined the Australian Ethical Marketing Association. Members of the AEMA do not make cold/unwanted phone calls or engage in spam email marketing, we also never attempt to push people into claiming with us.
Investors in Young People
We are committed to maintaining high standards in our industry and believe that investing in the countries youth is the key to achieve this. In 2018 we launched our first annual Australia’s Next Top Lawyer award. The award is a competition is aimed at Australian undergraduates studying law and we have set aside a guaranteed top prize of $5000. There will also be three undisclosed runner-up prizes. To be in the running, students will need to submit a 3000-word essay on Australian legal history.
We hope this competition will provide an opportunity for undergraduates to set themselves apart from future colleagues early on in their careers and also help fund any further studies.