National law firm Go To Court Lawyers today announced its expansion into the personal injury practice area. Following strong growth in 2016, the firm seeks to implement its successful service delivery model to Australians who have suffered personal injury.
“It just made sense,” said Go To Court Lawyers Partner Michelle Makela. “There are Australians out there looking for a uniquely personalised service for their personal injury claim. That’s where Go To Court Lawyers can deliver.”
Go To Court Lawyers’ website will also feature personal injury articles
In addition to its newest practice area, the Go To Court Lawyers website will also be populated with legal information on all personal injury topics.
“In line with our objective to build Australia’s best legal reference website, Go To Court Lawyers is increasing the breadth of content available for all Australians,” said Content Editor Chantal McNaught.
“There are thousands of Australians looking for legally correct information about all topics of law, including personal injuries. Our mission is to deliver that information in an easy to read format so that everyone understands their legal rights.”
The Go To Court Lawyers website is award winning, recently having been awarded the 2017 Corporate INTL Global Award for Legal Reference Website of the Year in Australia.
Personal injuries led by experienced practitioner
The firm’s newest practice area is led by experienced personal injury lawyer, Andrew Needham. Having attracted Andrew from a well-known large personal injuries firm, Go To Court Lawyers is confident in its newest practice area.
“On enquiries alone the firm has assisted clients in commencing claims for compensation,” reported Andrew. “We anticipate a steady growth in this area of law as we make it known to our clients that this service is available.”
Primarily focusing on the Queensland and New South Wales market, the firm is also offering personal injury services to Australians in all states and territories. Prospective clients are encouraged to utilise Go To Court Lawyers’ Legal Hotline which operates 7am to midnight, seven days per week. From there, clients will speak directly to a lawyer who will be able to assess the matter.