If you have suffered an injury, loss, or believe you are entitled to some level of compensation, then CMC Lawyers are able to advise you. CMC Lawyers deliver all forms of personal injury compensation including work injuries, all forms of negligence, motor vehicle accidents and liability claims.
Contact CMC Lawyers to speak with someone about your personal injury situation and to ask us about our experience in Personal Injury Law. You can find more information on each of our specialisations by clicking on the links below.
If you have suffered an injury, loss, or believe you are entitled to some level of compensation, then CMC Lawyers are able to advise you.
CMC Lawyers deliver all forms of personal injury compensation including work injuries, all forms of negligence, motor vehicle accidents and liability claims.
Public Liability claims are generally made when an injury is suffered outside the home, an injury is suffered inside the home due to faulty workmanship, or if injury is caused due to faulty products.
Sometimes road and work injuries can also be considered for public liability claims.
If you have suffered injury or expense due to a motor vehicle accident, then speak contact the team of motor vehicle accident lawyers at CMC to help you understand a course of action which may be right for you.
Negligence claims are often very complicated areas. When making a negligence claim there are many areas to consider including government regulations as may pertain to areas of negligence.
Compensation is a complicated and challenging area of law. If you’re seeking compensation but are unsure of what next steps to take or how to approach your particular compensation claim, then contact the compensation lawyers at CMC to get advice to suit your personal situation. They will help you to understand your options and give you guidance on how to proceed with your compensation claim.
Under Queensland legislation, law firms practicing in the areas of personal injury law in Queensland are only allowed to mention personal injuries, injury compensation or personal injury law on one page of their website. That page can only link to one other page of the site, and must contain no photographs, illustrations or messages of a self-promotional nature. This legislation means that we are unable to discuss our business history in great detail, nor can we mention our performance in cases. The legislation which is called the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act (Legal Advertising) and Other Acts Amendment Act 2006 (PIPA-2), was introduced by the government introduced in an effort to limit claims.
It generally means that we are very restricted with the amounts and types of information we can provide to you through this website.
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