Our Compensation Law Team is abundant with experience and are established experts at navigating and resolving the complex legalities often involved in Workers' Compensation and other Associated Insurance claims.
Longton Legal's Compensation Law Team is strong, committed, equipped with a wealth of experience and fiercely adaptable. Lead by Jonathan Coyle, a veteran solicitor with over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, the Longton Legal Compensation team has helped countless clients find solutions to their matters in a strategic, practical and collaborative fashion, and achieving the best results available. Contact us today, and start with a free consultation to receive our preliminary expert advice.
Medical Negligence This area of personal injury covers negligence by any health care provider including doctors, dentists, hospitals and specialists. The law surrounding medical negligence is vast and evolving. It can be a complex field to navigate but with the right legal advice, you will be able to move forward with confidence. Speak to one of our expert Personal Injury Lawyers today.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
If you have sustained an injury in a motor vehicle accident, you may be able to make a personal injury claim. The claim may be made against the insurer of the driver at fault of the other involved vehicle but you will need to show a breach of a duty of care. There are also special provisions for ‘blameless accidents’. To explore your eligibility to make a personal injury claim, contact our expert Personal Injury Lawyers.
Public Liability Claims
A claim for public liability arises if you have suffered an injury on private or public property. Depending on the type of claim you wish to make, you will need to follow the appropriate processes or protocols. To claim, you will need to prove that the accident was caused as a result of a breach of a duty of care owed to you by another person, company or statutory authority. Contact our expert Personal Injury Lawyers today.
Other Insurance Claims
Have you sustained an injury but not sure whether you can make a claim? The world of personal injury can be confusing and difficult to understand. The law is also constantly changing and strict time limits are applied. Legal advice early can help you ensure your claim is pursued in time. Book a consultation with one of our expert Personal Injury Lawyers today. First consultation is free.
Assault, Battery and False Imprisonment
Classed under the category of intentional torts; Assault, Battery and False Imprisonment require an intent to cause harm. A common example is punching someone. There is an intent to cause harm and an injury results. The criminal element of the charge will be dealt with by police but as a victim, you may be entitled to compensation for the injury you suffered. To understand more about intentional torts, ask our expert Personal Injury Lawyers today.
Superannuation and Total and Permanent Disability
Beyond your working years, you want to be assured of sufficient savings for a comfortable retirement. However, things don’t always go according to plan and you may need to access your superannuation early. There are a range of benefits available in the event you sustain an injury that results in a total and permanent disability. Find out your entitlements with our expert Personal Injury Lawyers.
To ensure you are protected from a loss of income in the event of injury, you need adequate income protection insurance. Many income protection policies are available through your employer or superannuation fund. The benefits available under different policies are varied and can be customised. We can assist with the claims process or take on any denial by the insurer for coverage. To ensure you receive all your entitlements, speak to our expert Personal Injury Lawyers.
Dust Disease and Asbestos
Diseases suffered as a result of dust and asbestos have special claim processes. Such diseases include asbestosis, mesothelioma and lung cancer. If you have been exposed to asbestos or have a dust related disease, you may be entitled to make a claim. Speak to our expert Personal Injury Lawyers to understand the process for your case.
Otherwise known as workers’ compensation, a work injury may entitle you to make a compensation claim against your employer. As there are time limits to adhere to, you should ensure you report the claim as soon as possible to your employer. To talk to an expert in Workers’ Compensation, book an appointment with our Personal Injury Lawyers today.