Public Liability Compensation Claims

If you have been injured in a public place or on private property, you might not know where to turn for help.  When you are in pain and suffering financial stress from not being able to work, it can be overwhelming to find out what your legal rights are.  This is where Stacks Goudkamp can assist you.  Public liability compensation claims cover a wide range of accidents, so you may well be entitled to compensation. Our friendly and knowledgeable lawyers will talk through the circumstances of your accident and help you understand your rights.

In your non-obligation new client meeting we will advise you on:

  • Whether you have a viable claim
  • Who your claim should be brought against
  • The time limits which apply
  • Who pays the legal fees
  • What your claim is likely to involve.

Who should contact us?

Anyone who has been injured in a public place or private building, whether due to negligence or a deliberate act, should contact us.  Public liability claims can be brought in a range of circumstances, and our specialist personal injury lawyers are experts in the following:

You might even have a right to receive compensation if the accident was partly your fault.  We will advise you if this applies to you, and explain what the consequence is.

We have offices in the heart of the Sydney CBD and across New South Wales.  We regularly visit clients in hospital and at home, both within New South Wales and interstate.  We also visit the scene of accidents, as first-hand knowledge of where you were injured is invaluable.

If you think you might have a public liability claim, contact us today on 1800 25 1800 or make an online enquiry for a free, no-obligation discussion about your circumstances with one of our professional and friendly lawyers so we can give you the answers you need.

Public Liability Case Studies:

Our client was walking through the Pitt Street Mall when she tripped on a covering on a cable, left insitu by workers employed by the Sydney City Council.

Our client suffered a nasty orthopaedic injury from which she made a slow recovery.

Whilst liability was denied by the Sydney City Council the claim was settled for a significant sum at a settlement conference without court proceedings having to be commenced.

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