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30 Seconds Test
The Paramount “30 SECOND TEST” has been specifically designed to assess your injury claim quickly and easily.
For an accurate and professional indication of just how much money your claim could be worth complete the following form and let Paramount Law take you one step closer to the compensation you deserve.
We cover some of the most commonly asked questions here. Get the answers you’re looking for most.
What injuries can I make a claim for?
You may be entitled to compensation if you were involved in an accident which caused:
- Brain injuries
- Dental injuries
- Injuries involving the senses
- Injuries involving internal organs
- Muscular injuries
- Psychological injuries
- Skeletal injuries
If you were involved in an accident, contact our office to discuss the injuries you sustained and find out whether you may be entitled to compensation.
How much compensation will I receive from my claim?
Every claim is highly individual, and at Paramount Law, we ensure every claim is managed in a manner which emphasises what is most important to our client’s needs and requirements.
There are various damages which may be available to claimants, which generally include:
- Non-economic loss damages
- Past and future loss of income and superannuation
- Past and future need for home assistance
- Past and future medical and rehabilitation expenses
- In assessing the value of your claim, we take into consideration matters which include age and personal circumstances, employment, injuries and location of your accident.
For an assessment of your claim, call our office on 02 9099 3199, and one of our experienced lawyers will explain how much your claim could be worth.
How can I make a legal claim?
Years of experience in personal injury claims, car accident claims, workers compensation and every other type of compensation claim in Sydney and the rest of Australia, has given us the knowledge and experience to know what you should and should not do.
Here at Paramount Law, we see how an incident can alter someone’s life forever. A poor decision can make the situation worse. Once you accept an offer, you may sign away your entitlement to any future compensation, should the need for it arise.
Before you accept any offers of settlement from the negligent party, their lawyers or insurance company, speak to Paramount Law.
Under NSW legislation, specialists in Personal Injury are prohibited from openly publishing information about this area of law.
How do I know if I need a lawyer?
Have you been:
- Left feeling that there is no one on your side?
- Injured in a motor vehicle accident, slip or fall or due to medical negligence?
- Left wondering whether you have a case?
- Left confused by insurance companies?
- Offered a settlement by the guilty party?
If any of these questions apply to you, you need to speak to an experienced compensation claims specialist.
We handle all areas of compensation law, including institutional abuse, medical negligence, military compensation, motor vehicle compensation, negligence claims, workplace compensation and personal injury compensation claims.
How long after an injury can I claim compensation?
It is best to make a compensation claim sooner rather than later. The earlier you engage a professional the easier it is to gather evidence that will support your case, including:
- Taking pictures of your injury and the place where the accident happened
- Recording details of witnesses
- Seeing a medical professional and keeping records of all your medical expenses.
The general rule for adults who are considering making a claim for personal injury compensation is that you have three years from the date of the accident or incident in which to bring a claim.
Unfortunately, those who are injured are not always aware of important claim timeframes. You may miss out on your claim altogether if you fail to make a compensation claim within the time stipulated.
However, this time limit may be extended in certain circumstances. In a worker’s compensation case, if a claim relates to an injury resulting in death or serious and permanent impairment of the worker, the claim may still be made beyond the three year period, if there is a reasonable cause for the delay.
Complete our 30 second test to find out today if you are eligible for compensation.
Ready to make a claim and take the next big step in the process? We’ll show you how.
Paramount Law specialise in all areas of compensation law and carry Accredited Specialist status.
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We also service the following areas: Liverpool, Campbelltown, Brisbane, Central Coast, Perth, Wagga Wagga, Griffith, Hong Kong and New York
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