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Compensation & Insurance Claims - NSW

Got a Compensation or Insurance Claim?

When you want to know where you stand, and what your valuable legal rights and entitlements are, there are a few key things you should be looking for.

We've been handling compensation claims, motor vehicle claims, work claims, insurance claims and other litigation cases since 1969... so you know you'll be in the right hands.

We've had lots of experience in looking after people just like you who've suffered loss as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of someone else. We'll always talk to you in Plain English so you'll never be in the dark about what your rights are, and what your chances of success are. We'll explain to you up front how things work and keep you informed every step of the way so you'll be able to relax knowing exactly where you stand and how your claim is progressing.

We can help with:

  1. Personal Injury Claims
  2. Motor Vehicle Accident Claims
  3. Medical Negligence Claims
  4. TPD - Permanent Injury Claims
  5. Dust Diseases & Asbestos Claims
Jacklyn Dooley - Personal Injury Lawyer in NSW

Compensation & Insurance Free Claim Assessment in NSW


Why do you need a compensation claims lawyer?


We have years of experience in these areas of law:

What are the costs involved?

In most cases, we don't charge you any fees or medical expenses along the way, so in those cases you'll never have to dip into your own pocket and possibly reduce your lifestyle while your case is being sorted out. The fees you invest in us helping you get your compensation will come from what the insurance company or other party pays you ... and you may qualify for our NO WIN NO FEE arrangement (this is subject to some simple conditions, which we'll explain to you when you phone us for a chat, and again when we meet).

Some Important Tips

Because weve found that many people often accept from insurance companies much less than they're really entitled to (mainly because they're not aware of their full rights), it's in your best interests to always get the right legal advice ... and get it early ... even on the simplest claim. Never accept what the other party or their insurance company offers you without first getting our advice.


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Compensation & Insurance Free Claim Assessment in NSW


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