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Welcome to AccidentsCompensation.com.au

We provide a free online compensation information and support service available to those who have suffered from an injury or illness as the result of a car accident, work accident or public liability accident.

By filling out our free compensation form, AccidentsCompensation.com.au will put you in contact with a qualified legal representative in your state or territory, who specialises in compensation law matters and will provide you with the best help and guidance towards receiving maximum compensation for your injuries, free of charge!

 

If you have suffered from injury, pain or trauma, then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation under current compensation laws.

Our free service can be used at any time of the day, 7 days a week! To use our service, simply fill out the form located on the right-hand side or click on one of the areas of compensation for further information.

 


Please note that our service does not apply to Queensland. 

Have you been injured in an accident or unfortunate incident?

If you have suffered from an injury, pain or trauma, then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation for the injuries you have received!

Take advantage of our free, quick and easy service via our online compensation advice form located on the right-hand side and see what compensation you may be entitled to!

AccidentsCompensation.com.au will put you in contact with a qualified legal representative in your state or territory, who specialises in compensation law matters and will provide you with the best help and guidance towards receiving maximum compensation for your injuries, free of charge!

 

Our free service can be used at any time of the day, 7 days a week! To use our service, simply fill out the form located on the right-hand side. When filling out the form, please try to include all relevant information concerning your accident and subsequent injuries you have received.

 

Motor Accidents Compensation

 

Everyday people are injured in motor accidents, either as a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist. The level of injuries sustained in a motor accident will depend on the type of accident, impact and collision involved.

 

 

If you have been involved in a motor accident and as a result have experienced injuries, pain or suffering, then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.

 

 

Motor accidents can be very traumatic and can have an effect on someone both physically and mentally. There are many different types of accidents that can occur on the road and are usually the result of motorists speeding, disobeying road rules, poor driving skills or being under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 

 

The most common injuries that are caused from motor accidents are whiplash and compression injuries to the body. These forms of injuries usually result in pain and discomfort to the head, neck and spine. However, injuries from a motor accident can occur to all parts of the body and can also cause psychological injuries such as post traumatic stress disorder.

 

 

If you have suffered an injury, harm or loss as the result of a motor accident, then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. The purpose of compensation is to cover any physical injuries, medical costs, loss of income from work, property damage or future economic loss as the result of the motor accident.

 

 

If you have been involved in a motor accident then you should obtain legal help as quickly as possible as there are time limits imposed by the law in relation to putting forward your compensation claim. It is important that you receive legal help from a qualified compensation specialist who will ensure that you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to.

 

 

To receive immediate legal help and assistance with your motor accident claim, please complete our compensationadvice form. Yourform will be assessed by a qualified legal representative in your state who specialises incompensation law matters, completely free of charge.

 

 

So if you have suffered injuries from a motor accident, then take advantage of our free, quick and easy service via our online compensationadvice form and see what compensation you may be entitled to!

 

 

Work Accidents Compensation

 

Work accidents occur everyday in Australian workplaces and as a result can involve minor or serious injuries to employees and workers. To prevent work accidents from occurring, employers are under a legal duty to ensure that the workplace is kept safe and that the health and wellbeing of employees and workers in the workplace is a maintained priority.

 

 

Workplace accidents can be very distressing and can have an effect on a worker both physically and mentally. There are many different types of accidents that can occur in the workplace, which are usually the result of poor safety standards and procedures, employees not receiving adequate job training or lack of job supervision from management.

 

 

The most common injuries that are caused from workplace accidents include injuries to the head, neck and back, lower limb injuries, fractures and sprains and industrial deafness. In addition, work accidents may also involve mental and psychological injuries such as post traumatic stress disorder. Overall, the type of injury that can occur will depend on the severity and type of work accident involved.

 

 

If you have suffered an injury, harm or loss as the result of a workplace accident, then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. The purpose of compensation is to cover any physical injuries, medical costs, loss of income from time off work or future economic loss as the result of the workplace accident.

 

 

If you have been involved in a workplace accident then you should obtain legal help as quickly as possible as there are time limits imposed by the law in relation to putting forward your compensation claim. It is important that you receive legal help from a qualified compensation specialist who will ensure that you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to.

 

 

To receive immediate legal help and assistance with your work accident, please complete our compensation advice form. Yourform will be assessed by a qualifiedlegal representative in your state who specialises in compensation law matters, completely free of charge.

 

 

So if you have suffered injuries from a work accident, then take advantage of our free, quick and easy service via our online compensationadvice form and see what compensation you may be entitled to!

 

 

Personal Injury Compensation

 

Everyday people receive personal injuries through accidents, mishaps or someone else's liability. Most injuries are minor but for those who encounter more serious injuries, it can have a traumatic effect causing long term pain and suffering, both physically and mentally as a result of the injury received. Therefore, if you have suffered a personal injury, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.

 

 

There are many different types of accidents that can cause an injury to someone. The most common forms of accidents include motor accidents, work accidents, accidents in public and accidents whilst using a product or service. The level and impact of the injury will depend upon the severity and type of accident involved. In addition, not all injuries relate to physical injuries but can also be an injury that has a bearing upon the mental state of a person. This is more commonly referred to as a psychological injury.

 

 

If you have suffered an injury, harm or loss as the result of an accident, mishap or someone else's liability, then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. The purpose of compensation is to cover any physical injuries, medical costs, loss of income from time off work or future economic loss as the result of the injuries received.

 

 

If you have suffered an injury from an accident, then you should obtain legal help as quickly as possible as there are time limits imposed by the law in relation to putting forward your compensation claim. It is important that you receive legal help from a qualified compensation specialist who will ensure that you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to.

 

 

To receive immediate legal help and assistance with your personal injury claim, please complete our compensationadvice form. Yourformwill be assessed by a qualified legal representative in your state whospecialises in compensation law matters, completely free of charge.

 

 

So if you have suffered injuries from an accident, mishap or someone else's liability, then take advantage of our free, quick and easy service via our online compensationadvice form and see what compensation you may be entitled to!

 

Negligence Liability Compensation

 

Not all injuries are the result of an accident, mishap or misfortune but can be the result of someone's negligence or liability. Consequently, negligence is the failure to exercise reasonable care or a breach in the duty of care owed, which therefore causes an injury, damage or loss to someone.

 

 

There are three main types of negligence:Occupiers Negligence: this form of negligence involves the occupier of a premise, such as an owner or tenant, owing a duty of care to ensure that their premise is safe for people who come onto the premises. Examples of this type of negligence would be a customer slipping on a wet spill inside a shopping centre or a landlord failing to fix a broken tile on his premises causing a tenant to trip and suffer an injury.

 

Medical Negligence: this form of negligence involves an injury or a recurrence of an existing injury as a result of a medical professional or medical facility failing to provide sufficient care or skill in performing a medical duty or procedure. Examples of medical negligence can include receiving the wrong diagnosis, incorrect surgery or being prescribed the wrong medicine.

 

Product Negligence: this form of negligence involves an injury, harm or suffering as the result of a faulty, unsafe or defective product. Examples of product negligence can include a fast food outlet selling contaminated food causing food poisoning or a toy manufacturer producing a toy that contains hazardous chemicals.

 

If you have suffered an injury, harm or loss as the result of someone's negligence or liability, then you are entitled to make a claim for damages and compensation. The purpose of compensation is to cover any physical injuries, medical costs, loss of income from work, property damage or future economic loss.

 

To receive immediate legal help and assistance with your negligence claim, please complete our compensationadvice form. Yourform will be assessed by a qualified legal representative in your state who specialises incompensation law matters, completely free of charge.

 

So if you have suffered injuries as the result of someone else's negligence then take advantage of our free, quick and easy service via our online compensationadvice form and see what compensation you may be entitled to!

 

 

Motor Accidents
Workplace Accidents
Personal Injury
Negligence Liability Compensation