Queensland law does recognise the right of an individual to recover damages (i.e. compensation) where that individual has suffered personal injury and a consequential loss as a result of the fault of another.
An injury may occur from
- Motor vehicle accidents;
- Workplace accidents;
- Traveling to or from work;
- Public liability matters;
- Medical negligence; and
- Claims under your superannuation fund (i.e. total and permanent disability benefits).
Consequential loss can include
- Loss of wages;
- Anticipated future loss of wages, or impairment of earning capacity; or
- Out of pocket expenditure for medications and medical treatments, including in the future.
Queensland laws prevent us from providing any more information about our personal injury services unless you are making a genuine enquiry.
Queensland legislation restricts the way law firms are able to promote their personal injury services and provide information about personal injury and accident claims on the internet.
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