Personal Injury Lawyers Kingston: Tailored Compensation Claims
Go To Court’s Kingston personal injury law team places our client service first. We are only satisfied when we achieve excellent results for our clients.
At Go To Court Lawyers, we do not treat our clients with a cookie-cutter approach. All of our clients are treated with the supportive and unique service they deserve in their time of need.
We are local at heart but we also have the resources of a national law firm. Our personal injury lawyers in Kingston are local and have a thorough understanding of how the law applies to your circumstances.
We are motivated by improving your life. Our Kingston compensation lawyers understand that your injury has changed your life forever which is why we offer our services on a no win, no fee basis.
What ‘no win, no fee’ really means
It is Queensland personal injury practice to provide compensation services on a no win, no fee basis. It is a form of only having to pay for your solicitor when you win. Although, ‘no win, no fee’ usually comes with fine print that most firms neglect to tell their clients.
What no win, no fee means is that compensation lawyers provide legal work on a speculative basis. There are positives and negatives to this arrangement for both the lawyers and you.
Firstly, it means you get to receive legal advice and assistance about your compensation case, regardless of your financial situation. We believe this is extremely important because when you are injured and cannot work, your finances may not be in the best shape.
A no win, no fee arrangement also means that a lawyer should only take on a case that has real prospects of winning. If they take on a case that results in a loss – that is, no compensation has been paid – then the client has to pay their lawyers’ fees out of pocket. This is not something we want for our clients. We care about our clients and getting the best results for them.
We take our duties as lawyers very seriously. In every case, we have our clients’ best interests at heart.
We are committed to getting great results for our clients
Our Kingston personal injury lawyers care about our clients’ futures. This is demonstrated through our genuine up-front advice about the prospects of your case. We will only take on your claim if we believe there are reasonable prospects of success.
The team is committed to ensuring you know your rights and get what you deserve as quickly as possible. This is also in our best interests.
Prompt action, results driven lawyers who genuinely care. That is the difference of our personal injury lawyers in Kingston.
Types of personal injury claims we assist our clients with
You might have heard about us offering personal injury services as a response to increasing client demand. We listen and now we help every day Kingston clients with their compensation claims. The types of claims we help with include:
Injuries at work
Commencing a WorkCover claim can be a daunting process. But it does not have to be.
Our personal injury team in Kingston can walk you through the process, help you understand the reports and paperwork and get you back to your livelihood. Our lawyers are experienced in helping our clients navigate the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003. They can help identify if your injury is something that would be compensated for under WorkCover and then be with you at every step of the way.
It is important to ensure your paperwork for a WorkCover compensation claim is completed correctly. Our personal injury lawyers in Kingston can assist you with this.
Motor vehicle injuries
Like other Australian states and territories, Queensland has a compulsory statutory insurance scheme called Compulsory Third Party insurance. This is paid through your vehicle registration.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident it is important to seek independent legal advice about your options for compensation through CTP.
Our compensation lawyers in Kingston can help you work out whether you were solely at fault or if you can make a claim under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994. Your circumstances can be complicated if there were multiple parties involved, so it important to speak with a qualified lawyer who is experienced in dealing with Queensland motor vehicle accident compensation claims.