Accredited personal injury specialist lawyers
Queensland Law Society’s Specialist Accreditation program provides the general public with a reliable way to identify lawyers who have a high level of expertise in a particular area. The Specialist Accreditation qualification and accompanying logo are a nationally recognised mark of excellence.
What is a specialist accreditation in personal injury?
Accredited Specialists are lawyers who have successfully completed an advanced, peer-reviewed assessment program specific to their area of expertise. This demonstrates their high level of knowledge and skills in Personal Injury.
Consistent training and development in personal injury law helps win more claims
In addition to their qualifications and training as a lawyer, they maintain a high level of professional development each year. You can trust that an Accredited Specialist has a minimum of five years’ post-qualification experience and ongoing substantial involvement in their specialist area of law.
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Frequently asked questions
- How much compensation will I receive for my injuries?
- How is past and future economic loss compensation calculated?
- What injury compensation or damages am I entitled to claim for?
- If I go back to work after my injury will this hurt my claim?
- When does my workers' compensation claim come to an end and what happens then?
- How can I find out quickly if I can make a compensation claim?
- What are emotional distress damages in personal injury cases?
- Are there time limits for bringing a claim for injury compensation in Queensland?
- How will my common law claim run and how long will it take?
- Is my compensation or damages payment taxable?
- What care and assistance can be claimed for in a personal injury claim in Queensland?
- Did you know that if you engage a domestic worker in your home, you could be liable to pay compensation if they are injured?
- What if I don't receive a 6% DPI in my Notice of Assessment but I want to sue my employer for my work injuries?
- What's the difference between workers' compensation claim & a common law claim for damages?
- What is a common law claim for damages for work injury in Queensland?