Claiming After Suffering a No-Fault Accident In NSW. We have specialist lawyers that can help you make a successful claim for your no-fault accident.
Making a claim in Auburn
Generally, cases must be made in within three years of having your accident.
This timeframe isn’t set in stone as there are some exceptions. The best way to be sure whether or not you are entitled to reimbursement is to speak with one of our specialists.
To make a successful claim your lawyer will need to prove that the other party is the one responsible.
How long does a claim take?
Usually, cases take more than 12 months to finalise. Minor car accident claims and whiplash claims can sometimes be finalised in 12 months. As a rule of thumb, the more serious your wounds are, the longer the case will take. For some serious cases, it’s not unusual that they take three years plus to settle.
What type of claims do we handle?
We have invested heavily in our nationwide operations and can handle any types of accident compensation claims in Auburn with ease. No matter what type of case you need help with, our specialists will ensure you get every penny you deserve.
Our legal team in Auburn can help you recover monetary damages for a range of things.
- auto injury claims
- clinical negligence
- work incidents
- asbestosis claims
- public liability
- soft tissue injuries
- And many more
Found yourself injured after a slip at Bungambrawatha Creek? Our specialist personal injury in Albury are ready and capable to assist you with any type of public liability claims.
Superannuation and Disability Insurance
Unable to work due to injury or illness? You may be eligible for several benefits or lump sum payments through your superannuation. Many people have TPD insurance coverage via a range of everyday financial products and memberships they didn’t even know about. We can quickly help you understand your rights and entitlements and let you know whether or not you qualify.
Claiming with no up-front fees in Auburn
When you make a claim with us, if for some reason your case is not successful you will not be required to pay any legal expenditure. If your case is successful, the legal fees that you will have already agreed upon with your lawyer will be deducted from your final settlement. It’s worth noting that the losing side will normally pay a large part of your legal expenses.
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How much can I get?
There is no one size fits all solution we can use when it comes to calculating your entitlements.
The amount owed to plaintiffs depends on the severity of their injuries and the state in which they suffered them.
Some of the main things a solicitor will consider when negotiating your entitlements will include.
- Any time off work and lost earnings
- Any future lost earnings
- Any changes in your ability to work
- Care or support, even if given to you for free by family or friends
- Any adaptations you might need to your home or vehicle
- Travel and accommodation expenses
At this stage it is impossible to give you an accurate estimation of what you could receive however, you can make your own assessment online, using our online estimator.
How to find the best lawyer to act for you
Although all solicitors must be fully qualified to practice, the level of skill and experience varies drastically. Lawyers specialise in many different areas of law. For example, some specialise in criminal law, while others might specialise in family law.
Choosing someone who specialises in claims like yours will ensure you optimise your entitlements. We work with dedicated lawyers Auburn has to offer and specialise in all areas of accident compensation. To find out whether or not you can claim with us call our Auburn lawyers on 1800 106 107. All calls are free, and you won’t be pressured into proceeding with is.
Do Auburn claimants have to use a local law firm?
You don’t need to choose a lawyer in Auburn to handle your claim. With many lawyers now operating nationwide, it is no longer necessary go with a local law firm.
However, if you do choose the services of a national firm, it’s important to find out if they are partnered with local medical centres. This is because you will be required to attend a medical to have your wound assessed.
Millner and Knight are a national claims management company with lawyers and medical centres in Auburn.
What to do next
You can use our website to find out more information specific to your situation.
There are two ways in which you can get the ball rolling with your entitlement case either call our lawyers Auburn branch on 1800 106 107 or start the process online.
Remember all calls are confidential and we will never pressure you into proceeding.
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