What is the ISV scale?

In short, an ISV (Injury Scale Value) is used for the calculation of General Damages (Pain and Suffering) to personal injury claims. Most commonly used for work injury claims in Queensland. What the ISV scale does is regulate the award given for certain ‘heads of damage’ which is what a person can claim compensation for. We’ve broken the subject down in to bitesized chunks in the link below…

What percentage does a personal injury lawyer take?

Personal injury lawyers don’t take a percentage – they charge according to the work they perform. We explain more in this FAQ with useful links to fees, compensation case studies and more in the link below.

How do I bring a common law claim for a work injury in QLD?

Under workers’ compensation legislation in Queensland, if you have had a workers’ compensation claim, and you wish to proceed with a Common Law claim for damages for your injury, you need to be very careful what steps you take when your workers’ compensation claim is coming to an end…

What is the 50/50 Rule?

The 50/50 Rule sets a cap on fees you may be charged for your compensation claim.
We explain in more detail how the rule applies, give examples of how the rule works and more, in the link below…