CMC Lawyers have many years of experience providing legal services throughout Australia. We have built a reputation for treating all customers with care and respect which has set us apart from other businesses in Queensland and throughout Australia.
The staff at CMC Lawyers are acutely aware that your personal situation may be sensitive and requires a great deal of sensitivity and care.
That is why every person at CMC Lawyers who you deal with will be courteous and treat every case and every situation with the utmost confidentiality, care and respect to ensure your experience is as comfortable and as easy as it can be.
With local branches in Brisbane and throughout regional Queensland, CMC Lawyers are both big enough to have an understanding of many aspects of law, and local enough to deal with your case with a high level of personal attention. CMC Lawyers will work on your case to give it every chance at being successful.
CMC Lawyers are located throughout Brisbane and Sydney as well as Regional areas in Queensland and New South Wales. However, if you are immobile and unable to come to us, we will come to you.
Contact CMC Lawyers for a confidential discussion on your personal situation.
Call us today on 1800 448 955 for a free consultation.
The practitioners named on our website are New South Wales based lawyers, with New South Wales Practising Certificates, entitled to practice in Queensland. The headquarters of our firm is based in Sydney, New South Wales, however our solicitors travel to Queensland to service our Queensland based clients and attend settlement conferences or hearings in Queensland. Our clients may incur travel costs as a result of our solicitors travelling to Queensland to meet with them or our opponents. Despite our firm being headquartered in New South Wales we agree to comply with the Queensland 50/50 rule in Personal Injury matters, meaning that we will not charge professional fees that are in excess of 50% of the balance of damages received by our clients after disbursements and statutory paybacks have been deducted, except in exceptional circumstances following an application to the Law Society of Queensland and approval subsequently being given by the Law Society of Queensland."