No Win No Fee Personal Injury Claims
Our Brisbane lawyers represent clients Queensland-wide on a No Win, No Fee basis for all serious personal injury claims where the injury was not your fault.
Learn more about the legal process that applies to your type of compensation claim:
If you or a family member has been injured as passenger on board the aircraft, whether was from a plane crash or simply from embarking/disembarking the aircraft, you may have a compensation claim.
If you have suffered asbestos or silicosis exposure and have been made ill as a consequence, you may be able to make a compensation claim provided the source of the exposure can be identified.
Whilst most claims are due to being exposed to asbestos at work, claims can also be made even the asbestos exposure is not work related. Roche Legal does not take on any claim unless a formal diagnosis has been made.
Car accidents are an everyday occurrence but sometimes their effects can totally change your lifestyle. These claims are usually brought against the Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurer of the vehicle, no matter who was driving the vehicle, e.g., your spouse, friend, son, daughter etc.
CTP insurance covers most vehicles that cause accidents on the road, including tractors, forklifts, mobility scooters, etc.
Common injuries include:
- broken or fractured bones
- depression, anxiety or PTSD
- death of a loved one
Victim of a Hit and Run?
If you’ve been injured by a careless driver who fled the scene, you can make a CTP claim against the State of Queensland’s Nominal Defendant.
This is a very urgent scenario – strict time limits apply.
If you were financially dependent on a loved one who has passed away unexpectedly, you may be entitled to their superannuation benefits and any death benefit insurance within that policy. If the death occurred at the workplace, a further claim through workers’ compensation may be possible.
Do you work in a noisy industry or environment or did you in the past? Do you suffer from hearing loss problems? If so, you may have a workers compensation claim for industrial deafness.
Roche Legal are not currently taking new claims for Industrial Deafness.
Did you know that if you have suffered a work injury you may be able to make a claim under your life insurance policy? Sometimes a life insurance policy or income protection can even come as part of a credit card package.
A claim may be brought against a health professional for injuries caused by a health service that falls below the accepted standard. Health professionals hold insurance to cover such claims.
These cases often are complex and expensive to run. Highly skilled legal representation and specialist medical opinion providing reasons why the previous medical professional breached their duty of care is essential.
Motorbike accidents are an everyday occurrence but sometimes their effects can totally change your lifestyle. These claims are usually brought against the Compulsory Third Party Insurer of the vehicle, no matter who was driving the vehicle, i.e., spouse, friend, son, daughter etc. Injuries may include, for example:
- broken or fractured bones
- death of a loved one
- depression, anxiety, or PTSD
We can also help you get compensation for the damage to your motorbike and gear.
A product liability claim is where an injury and or loss has been sustained because of the use of a defective product or service. In this situation, the manufacturer or sellers of the product may be liable for your injury. These cases range from e.g.:
- Food poisoning at a restaurant.
- An exploding fridge.
- A collapsed newly constructed house.
- A skin cream which has burned the skin.
These claims are for injuries which have occurred on private or public property through incidents like, slips, trips, and falls. The claim can made against the ‘occupier’ of the property (usually the owner or tenant) who can often rely on public liability insurance to pay the claim. These types of claims commonly occur in:
- shopping centres
- car parks
- private venues
- rented homes
Public liability law also applies to injuries sustained on private property. The claim can made against the ‘occupier’ of the property (usually the owner or tenant) who can often rely on public liability insurance to pay the claim. These types of claims commonly occur in:
- someone else’s home
- rented homes
- private venues, including schools
The private place must be owned/occupied by someone other than yourself. You cannot make a successful claim against your own property’s public liability insurance.
Sexual abuse can occur anywhere at any age. If it happened to you as a child, we’re here to help. Whether it was at the hands of the Church, a Youth Detention Centre, or by staff at a School misusing or abusing their power, you can claim compensation at any time. Making a claim often brings you one step closer to reclaiming your life.
Your claim can be kept 100% confidential.
Did you know that you may be entitled to make a lump sum compensation claim through your superannuation fund if you cannot return to work due to injury or illness? This is known as TPD Insurance.
Not all superannuation funds have TPD insurance, but many do. Most people are not even aware that their superannuation fund work has TPD benefits available. You do not have to prove your injury was anyone else’s fault.
Whilst workers’ compensation benefits are paid on a ‘no fault’ basis by insurers such as Workcover Queensland, your employer is under a duty to provide you with safe systems of work and to ensure your health and safety. If your employer was negligent or responsible for your injuries, a common law claim may be brought in addition to the benefits paid by Workcover.
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Other No Win No Fee Claims
Whilst not necessarily personal injury related claims, at our discretion, Roche Legal considers offering representation on a No Win No Fee basis for the following additional types of legal claims. Please note that our 60/40 rule does not apply when a claim is commercial in nature.
Careful consideration is given to the unique circumstances of each case.
Whilst not personal injury, Roche Legal provides similar ‘no win no fee’ legal representation to those who have been unfairly provided for in a will (or left out all together). Compensation can sometimes be claimed from the executor of the estate.
Professional negligence occurs when the provision of a professional service (such as a service performed by a lawyer, financial advisor, engineer, accountant, etc) is below the acceptable standard and has caused you loss as a consequence.