If you have been injured in a public place and want to know ‘how do I file a public liability claim?’, speak to a personal injury expert

who will be able to provide you with accurate advice on what to do.

Below is information on making a public liability claim and how our personal injury team helps clients to get the compensation they are entitled to. 

Carbone Lawyers has been representing clients for over 30 years and our team prides itself on providing passionate, personal, and cost-effective representation for all our clients.

If you are wanting to know ‘what can I claim public liability compensation for?’, here is how our team can help:

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Our Personal Injury Experts

Whether you have sustained an injury in a public place or on someone’s private property, our team of personal injury experts will be able to provide advice around your eligibility for compensation and what the claims process entails. Our personal injury team is led by an accredited personal injury specialist, John Karantzis.

All of our lawyers work tirelessly for our clients to ensure the very best outcome for them.

They are leaders in the personal injury practice area and work collaboratively with the rest of the team and our clients.

Commonly questions regarding public liability claims include: 

Can I sue for public liability and what can I claim public liability compensation for?

You may be entitled to sue for public liability compensation if a business, organisation or resident has breached their duty of care, leading to your injury.

What you can claim for and who pays the public liability compensation will depend on the injury, the impact it has had on your life/ability to work etc and who or what caused it.

Can I Represent Myself When Making A Public Liability Compensation Claim?

When it comes to clients who ask ‘can I represent myself when making a public liability compensation claim?’ we always advise that you should speak to a member of our team as soon as possible.

Public liability claims can be complex and we want to make sure our clients receive the compensation they are entitled to.

One of the most important factors is being able to establish that duty of care has been breached.

This can be a complicated process, and more often than not requires the input of a lawyer, particularly where the defendant has not accepted responsibility. 

Even where a defendant has accepted responsibility early on, you should still speak to a member of our team today to ensure that you are claiming everything you are entitled to – once you settle your claim, you cannot turn back and ask for more, which is why we advise our clients on the scope of their claim early on in every legal proceeding or claim for compensation.

We have a ‘no win, no fee’ promise where we conduct our personal injury matters on a “no win, no fee” basis.

This ensures that if you don’t win, we won’t charge you for professional costs and disbursements.

Talk To Our Personal Injury Experts Today

Call us on 1800 369 888 to arrange an appointment with one of our personal injury experts who will be able to answer your questions regarding public liability including, who pays the public liability compensation and can I sue for public liability?