Is another party at fault for your injury?
If you have been injured or suffered a loss where another party may be at fault, then you may be entitled to damages. When we refer to another party, we mean the owner of premises.
Some examples of public liability claims include:
- Slips and falls at public places, such as shopping centres, schools, sporting grounds and footpaths
- Accidents that happen at another person’s home
- Accidents that happen at a worksite where the system of work is under the control of someone other than your employer
- Sporting accidents
- Dog attacks
Damages are payable for things like pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of wages, medical expenses and domestic assistance.
Our team at Nikolovski Lawyers will navigate you through the claims process and will always represent you in the best way possible.
Generally there is a strict 3 year time limit to commence proceedings. This can be extended in some cases. If you have any doubt you should consult with us urgently as delays may affect your rights. Contact us today on 42276833 for the advice and guidance you may require.