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If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to make a public liability  claim for damages compensation. There are strict time limits when making a public liability compensation claim, and it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Paul has worked in personal injury for over 8 years (in one of the largest Queensland firms) and has the experience and expertise to assist you with your claim. 

All of our personal injury matters are handled on a no win, no fee basis, meaning that there are no upfront costs to you. Contact Paul today for a free review of your case. 

A personal liabiltiy claim may include expenses relating to

motor vehicle injuries pain and suffering

Pain & Suffering

motor vehicle compensation loss of wages

Loss of earnings (past & future)

Medical & Rehabilitation expenses

Are you ready to make a claim?

We will be happy to chat with your about your injury and offer a free case review. We are a no win, no fee firm, so you will never be charged unless you win your claim. 


Fill in the form below or phone us direct on 0499 592 659 or email  paul@spclaw.com.au

Frequently asked Questions about Public Liability Claims

Who can make a public liability claim? 

You may be able to claim compensation if you are injured in the following circumstances: 

  • Slip/trip and fall in a public place such as a shopping centre of a footpath
  • Sip/trip and fall in a residence that is not your own
  • If you are employed as a contractor by a labour hire company 
  • Defective products

How long does a public liability claim take? 

The claims process can take 12 to 18 months depending on your injuries and when you ceased work. 

What types of injuries can I claim for? 

All types of injuries can be claimed for, including psychological injuries. 

What are the up front costs of a public liability claim? 

There are no up front costs involved in making a public liability claim. We operate on a no win / no fee basis. We also handle the initial costs of any disbursements (specialist fees etc) which are only paid back upon a successful outcome. We also don’t use litigation loans (an added expense that many of the larger firms use).