EXPERT COMPENSATION LAWYERS
Fraser Lawyers are extremely experienced not only with the legal language and overall process of your individual injury claim, whether that be related to medical negligence, industrial injuries, injuries in a public place, but also with the interpersonal skills required to help empower individuals experiencing distress and discomfort following a personal injury.
Engaging a compensation lawyer can appear daunting, our experience and our commitment to helping people understand their rights and entitlements will put you at ease.
GOT IN TO AN ACCIDENT?
SEE IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR COMPENSATION
Any injury sustained during your employment is considered a workplace injury. We will work with you to ease the burden of making a WorkCover claim and help you on the road to recovery.
If a police officer acts outside of their powers or breaks the law, you may be able to bring a compensation claim. Serious police misconduct ranges from assault, false imprisonment and wrongful arrest to malicious prosecution.
Making a motor vehicle accident claim can be a complex and often stressful process that is best navigated with an expert and experienced injury lawyer.
SLIPS, FALLS & ACCIDENTS
Suffering an injury through a slip, fall or accident in public can be embarrassing and stressful. You may have the ability to claim compensation. If it can be proved that the slip, trip or fall was at least partly someone else's fault, you may still be entitled to recover damages.
If you have been in an accident and suffered an injury as a cyclist in Queensland, either riding on the road or on a footpath, you may be eligible to claim compensation.
Our TPD and IP claims team will work on your behalf to liaise with your superannuation fund and their insurer, to ease the burden of making a claim, and help you secure the insured amount you are entitled to.
When you are harmed by medical treatment performed negligently, there could also be a major physical, psychological, and monetary impact. You may be able to recover damages or compensation for the loss you have sustained.
Generally, if someone owed you a duty of care and they breached this duty of care—you may be entitled to pursue a public liability claim. This means, someone may be liable for an injury caused to you—if that injury was not caused by either someone on the road or by your employer.