Personal Injury Claims in Western Australia like every other state have different laws and limitation periods.
For Personal Injuries sustained in Western Australia we can provide you with advice for different types of Personal Injury claims and what your options are, with no obligation free legal advice.
A public liability claim includes;
In Western Australia, Public Liability Claims entail a three (3) year limitation period to commence a Common Law Claim. The limitation begins from the date of accident. Outside the three (3) year mark your claim may be statue barred. Limitation periods can vary so please contact Legal Injury today to find out advice directly relating to your situation.
To pursue a claim, you will need to;
After a claim is lodged it will be investigated. If the claim is accepted the injured person may be able to claim;
To pursue a Common Law Claim for under Western Australia’s Public Liability scheme there are restrictions and thresholds to identify whether or not a claimant has rights for a General Damages Claim.
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