Compensation Lawyers Liverpool
You may be entitled to compensation if you were injured in a road accident involving a motor vehicle under the Compulsory Third Party (CTP) scheme. What the compensation will cover will depend on the seriousness of your injury and whether you were fully at fault in the accident. In some cases, you may also make a claim for modified common law damages which may enable you to obtain lump sum payment for your losses arising from the injury. Our experienced motor accident lawyers with an office in Liverpool will make sure you achieve the best results from your claim.
Public liability claims involve compensation claims for accidents like slips, fall and trips occurring due to negligence in public places or even private properties. These claims can be confusing because it may not always be easy to determine negligence in the accident causing your injury without legal support. Our public liability lawyers will assess the eligibility of your case for making a claim and guide you in the best possible manner for the maximum amount of benefits you can receive.
Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) claims are available if you are unable to work due to an injury or illness regardless of fault. If you are not sure whether you are eligible to make a TPD claim, you can consult our TPD lawyers with an office in Liverpool. We can assess the requirements of your superannuation policy and guide you to achieve the best payout possible. Also, you can utilise the experience of our TPD lawyers who have an office in Liverpool about how to move forward if your claim is rejected by your insurer.
As mentioned above you do need to provide medical evidence to support your TPD claim. You should also cross-check the policy and inform doctors and other medical practitioners about the definition of your policy. You should also inform your doctor if there are any other barriers that could be preventing you from being able to work. Also, you may need to include education, training and your work history to prove that you cannot perform any other jobs that you have worked previously that the superannuation company might consider suitable for you after the injury.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I hire a compensation lawyer?
A compensation lawyer can assess your situation from different angles and offer tailored compensation advice on what benefits could be achieved An experienced compensation lawyer can also break down the claim making procedures for you and provide insight on what needs to be done. Our compensation lawyers based in Liverpool will also lead you if disputes arise with the insurer. Contact our compensation lawyers today for a free claims assessment.
How can I make a claim in Liverpool?
Compensation claims should usually be made in certain time limits, therefore it is best you start claiming process as soon as possible. After being injured, try to seek medical treatment immediately, so that you can get the medical proof of your injury. If applicable, you should support your claim with evidence of the accident and submit it together with the claim form to the insurer. Claim forms are only for workers compensation claims instead use bellow
We have an office available to service our injured clients residing in or near Liverpool. Each process on claiming compensation depends on the description of accident, type of injury and situation. We recommend contacting our experienced compensation lawyers as soon as possible so that we can advise you on the time limits, chances of success and entitlements you may be entitled to in claiming the maximum compensation.
How much does a compensation lawyer charge in Liverpool?
Our senior compensation lawyers work on a no win no fee basis, which means you do not to pay our firms legal costs and disbursements until you receive compensation. For workers compensation claims legal fees and disbursements are covered by WIRO (Workers Compensation Independent Review Office) which means you do not pay our firms legal costs or disbursements from your compensation claim nor from your pocket..
Do I need to be in Liverpool to make a compensation claim?
Regardless of where you are located or where the accident occurred in NSW, our lawyers specialise in compensation claims and are conveniently located in Liverpool, Sydney, Parramatta, Penrith, and Wollongong.
Insurance policies may also allow TPD claimants to be re-employed if they suffered from blindness or loss of two limbs (two legs, two arms, or one leg and one arm). Depending on your policy, you may go back to work without losing your TPD benefits, since blindness and loss of two limbs do not contradict with TPD eligibility criteria.Another possibility for returning to work while receiving TPD depends on whether you still cannot perform at least two of the essential daily life activities such as eating, bathing, going to the toilet and moving your body. TPD eligibility is achieved when your injury is assessed as total permanent impairment after reaching the maximum medical improvement. However, there may be new medical and technological advancements enabling an improvement in your health while on TPD compensation. In such situations, TPD recipients are not prevented from seeking new employment suitable to their capacity.
What should I ask a compensation lawyer?
When consulting a compensation lawyer, we recommend you ask how your injury qualifies for making a claim, what benefits you may expect, what legal steps you should follow, and if the lawyer works on a no win no fee policy which our firm does.
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