Formston Bromfield Lawyers provide representation for and assistance to those individuals who have sustained personal injury or illness due to the act or omission of another party: known as injury law. Although incidents and accidents can arise from a myriad of extensive circumstances, claims for the resulting injuries are made under different legislative avenues.
Should you consider that you might have an injury law claim, it is likely that your claim would fall within one of the below mentioned areas. We would encourage you to review the tailored information for these areas of injury law by either clicking on the appropriate link below or navigating from the ‘Injury Law’ menu:
- Motor Vehicle Accident Claims;
- Workers Compensation Claims;
- Public Liability Claims;
- Medical Negligence Claims.
At Formston Bromfield Lawyers, we understand that the difficulties already faced after an accident are enough to cause you and your family significant stress and anxiety. Should you decide to pursue an injury law claim for compensation, our team will provide you with assistance, support, and guidance throughout the entire injury law claims process to assist in alleviating some of the burden.
- Assess your potential injury law claim for compensation, and advise you of your prospects and the process for which your claim will be made;
- Guide you through the pre-Court process, which includes the preparation and lodgement of relevant documentation, information gathering and assessment, and arrangements for medico-legal assessment of your injuries;
- Negotiate on your behalf, whether these negotiations occur on an informal basis or at a more formal mediation conference of which we will attend with you.
The costs associated with pursuing a injury law claim for compensation are dependent on a number of factors that include but are not limited to the complexity of the claim and the legislation under which the claim is made, the nature of the injuries and treatment sought, and the factual circumstances requiring evidentiary support. Before you retain us, we will discuss relevant costs with you and provide you with documentation outlining these costs and the circumstances upon which we will act on your behalf.
Generally, costs are categorised as follows:
- Professional Fees – These are the fees associated with our professional advice and legal services provided to you by the firm, such as discussions with your lawyer and preparation of documentation and correspondence;
- Disbursements – These are fees and charges to be incurred during the conduct of your claim by 3rd parties or costs internally incurred on your behalf, for example medical record administration payments when obtaining your clinical history or on account of courier and mail charges.
Our professional services are commonly provided on a ‘no-win-no-fee’ basis, which means that you may not be required to pay any professional fees should you claim be unsuccessful. The ‘no-win-no-fee’ arrangement applies only to the professional fee component of your legal costs, and is offered on a case-by-case basis. Particulars of this offer will be discussed with you in detail prior to any retainer with us, and we will ensure that you are given time to ask questions and seek clarification on any points of uncertainty prior to executing any retainer documentation.
There are complicated laws and strict time limits associated with making injury law compensation claims in Queensland. If you would like to arrange a consultation with one of our lawyers to discuss your particular situation and provide you with the right advice based on an assessment of your circumstances, please contact our office on (07) 5630 6539, complete the ‘Online Enquiry’ form on our Contact Us page, or email us at email@example.com. Should you not be able to attend our office on the Gold Coast, we are certainly able to discuss flexible alternative arrangements with you.
# Please note that advertising restrictions in Queensland prohibit us from providing more detailed information about our experience and success in this area of law via our website. If you would like more information or to make a genuine enquiry regarding your potential personal injuries claim, please contact our office to arrange an appointment.