Accidents do happen, with slips trips, and falls often among the most common. When a slip and fall injury occurs in a public space, this case falls under public liability law in Australia. Public spaces are not only considered to be supermarkets and shopping malls. Rental properties, schools, sporting grounds and other outdoor spaces are all public sites where people frequently sustain injuries from falling. If you slip and fall, injuring yourself, then you may be able to claim compensation if you can prove that somebody can be held responsible for your fall injury.
Slip and Fall Lawyers in Brisbane
Richardson & Lyons are specialist personal injury lawyers in Brisbane who are well-experienced in public liability law and are equipped to handle slip and fall cases in Australia. It is best to seek legal advice as soon as possible following a slip and fall injury, to offer you the best chance of building a strong public liability case. We can offer you the proper legal help relating to your slip and fall situation to ensure that you have the correct set of options moving forward to make a case.
Slip and Fall Claims in Australia
We are proud to offer our public liability services for slips trips and falls cases under our No win, no fee guarantee. This means that unless your case is successful, you do not need to pay us anything. Our services are set up in such a way that we wholeheartedly wish to seek justice for you and to see you get the compensation that you deserve. To make slip and fall claims in Australia, it is best to seek legal help from public liability law experts. Our specialists at Richardson and Lyons can advise you of your rights and work with you to help prove that your case merits compensation.
How much are slip and fall settlements?
Generally, slip and fall cases settlement amounts in Australia differ widely. No two cases are the same and each is evaluated individually, yielding different results. We seek to gather as much information as possible about the circumstances of your injury and the impact that it has had on your life, in order to ensure that you receive the correct level of compensation appropriate to your suffering and loss. In most cases, the level of compensation you will receive is based on losses, or the gap between your predicted life path before your injury, and your actual life path since the injury took place.