If injured on private property, public property or in a shopping centre and the accident was not your fault then a claim for compensation may be available to you as against the owner or occupier of the premises. For over 40 years Brydens Lawyers have been the experts in the investigation and prosecution of personal injury claims to ensure recovery of the maximum compensation injured persons are entitled to. The prosecution of a personal injury claim can be difficult and complex but it need not be. Brydens Lawyers are the experts in providing advice and representation when you need it most.
Who can claim?
Any person who has been injured as a result of an accident on private property, public property or in a shopping centre may be entitled to bring a claim for compensation. In order to do so it is necessary for the injured person to establish, ultimately to the satisfaction of a court, that the injury arose from or was caused by the negligence of the occupier or owner of the premises. That is, the injured person needs to show that the owner or occupier had breached their duty of care.
Questions of duty of care and whether there has been a breach are difficult and complicated matters of law and fact and require expert advice and representation. Brydens Lawyers are the experts to investigate and prosecute your claim for compensation.
What can I claim?
On the successful prosecution of a personal injury claim the injured person would ordinarily be entitled to:
- Non-economic loss or damages for their pain and suffering.
- Past medical treatment expenses.
- Allowance for future medical treatment expenses.
- Past economic loss or wage loss.
- Future economic loss or wage loss or diminution in earning capacity.
- Loss of superannuation benefits.
- Value of gratuitous or commercial assistance provided for the past and for the future.
- Legal costs.
How do I claim?
Following an accident you need proper legal advice and representation. Brydens Lawyers are the experts in the investigation and prosecution of a personal injury claim. Strict time limits apply so there should be no delay. Contact Brydens Lawyers today on 1800 848 848 and engage one of Brydens Lawyers expert solicitors to assist in ensuring your recovery of the maximum compensation to which you are entitled.
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