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Our Services

Personal Injury Helpline deals exclusively in legislative matters pertaining to motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, public place accidents and TPD claims. We work alongside personal injury lawyers with years of experience in these practice areas, allowing you immediate access to expert advice and legal representation.

If you are unsure as to how we can provide personal injury help and the relevancy of our services to your circumstances, please read more about our specialisations below.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Our team has an excellent understanding of motor vehicle accident compensation claims, and we can tell you how best to approach the legislation relevant your case. Third party insurance may be compulsory in Australia, but this policy does not ensure foolproof protection on the road. Whether you were the driver, passenger or pedestrian, being involved in a motor vehicle accident can potentially leave you thousands of dollars out of pocket. To avoid financial hardship, it is essential to be aware of your legal rights.

Depending on the circumstances of your motor vehicle accident and where it occurred, we may be able to help you claim for the following:

  • • Lost income
  • • Physical and/or emotional trauma
  • • Initial medical expenses (including hospitalisation and surgery)
  • • Ongoing medical care (such as physiotherapy).
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Varying time limits apply to motor vehicle accident compensation claims throughout Australia, so we recommend that you seek legal advice as soon as possible to avoid missing any crucial deadlines.

Work Accidents

From inner-city offices to industrial sites, every employment situation comes with an element of risk. If you have been injured either at work or travelling to and from your place of employment, Personal Injury Helpline may be able to assist you with recovering lost wages and medical costs. Our team can advise the most appropriate course of legal action, whether your injury was caused by an unforeseeable accident or as a result of negligence.

Worker’s compensation is a compulsory form of insurance for all employers in Australia. However, there are many different rules and regulations that apply to claiming work-related damages in each state and territory, meaning it can be difficult to find information applicable to your case. To have the best possible chance of being appropriately compensated for your injury, it is important to speak with a personal injury lawyer before your employer is made aware of your intention to claim damages.

Public Place Accidents

Public place accidents can occur in practically any location outside of the home or workplace, including shopping centres, carparks and playgrounds, resulting in a range of injuries. Accidents that happen on unsafe public property may also be subject to public place liability.

Considering how broad this area of the law is, employing the expertise of a legal professional will ensure your claim is taken seriously. In addition to providing you with valuable information about public place accident legislation, Personal Injury Helpline can also put you in touch with legal advisors who will be happy to guide you through the claims process. If you have doubts as to the eligibility of your case, simply contact us for some obligation-free advice.

TPD Claims

If you can no longer work due to an injury or illness, you may be entitled to a TPD payout. Short for Total and Permanent Disability, this form of income protection features in many superannuation policies, but actually getting an insurer to deliver on a TPD claim can be a difficult and drawn-out process. To avoid stressful legal battles and having to wait years for your TPD claim to be approved, finding a personal injury lawyer to support your case will greatly improve your chances of reaching a satisfactory outcome.

Whatever your injuries or circumstances might be, our experienced team of consultants can put you on the right track to fair compensation. Get in touch today for personal injury help and obligation-free advice.