A key reason many people avoid going to court is the perceived cost of legal action. There are two common ways by which injured people… Read More »Using an Offer of Compromise to Minimise Legal Costs Exposure
One very common question that injured workers ask is, “in the event that WorkCover rejects their claim, are they still entitled to claim compensation?” In… Read More »Can You Still Claim Compensation If WorkCover Have Rejected Your Claim?
TPD stands for ‘total and permanent disability’ caused by injury, illness or disease. There is insurance available to cover these tragic and unforeseen circumstances. TPD… Read More »What is a TPD Claim and What Benefits Can I Expect from a Successful TPD Claim in New South Wales?
Personal injury claims can happen in a myriad of different ways and arise out of many different circumstances. Depending on the precise details of those… Read More »How Long Should it Take to Settle My Personal Injury Claim?
What is a Public Liability Claim A public liability claim refers to a claim made for injuries sustained in public places in accidents caused by… Read More »How to Make a Public Liability Claim in NSW?
Australians Alerted To Proposed Changes To Motor Accident Compensation Laws – Press Release BPC Lawyers is a leading Sydney legal practice and accredited specialists in Personal… Read More »Proposed Motor Accident Compensation Law Changes
As with most things in this life, there are limits on how long you can take to decide that you should sue someone for injuring you. Traditionally you had to sue (ie file a claim in a Court) within three years of the date you were injured.