• No win no fee injury claims – QLD all areas
  • Superannuation, TPD & insurance claims
  • Employment & workers compensation law
  • Medical negligence claims
  • Over 30 years of experience

We focus on compensation cases for accident, total & permanent disablement & superannuation in Gold Coast, Brisbane & Queensland.Jeff has had over 30 years extensive experience in a broad range of car, work, public place, boating, medical negligence claims, catastrophic claims, professional negligence and other types of litigation.

No Win No Fee Injury Lawyers For Gold Coast, Brisbane & QLD

He has worked in Far North Queensland, Brisbane and on the Sunshine Coast and has lived and worked on the Gold Coast since 1999. Jeff is a member of the Queensland Law Society, Australian Lawyers Alliance, Association Of Plaintiff Injury Lawyers (UK), American Trial Lawyers Association, Australian Insurance Lawyers Association, Law Council Of Australia, Gold Coast Law Association and Australian Legal Practice Managers Association. He is also a Commissioner for Declarations.

Areas Of Law

  • Personal Injury Law
  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Total & Permanent Disablement Cases
  • Car Accidents
  • Debt Recovery Law
  • Industrial Relations Law
  • Workplace Relations Law
  • Work Cover
  • Superannuation
  • Public Liability
  • Medical Negligence
  • Sports Injuries
  • Boating Accidents
  • Aviation Accidents
  • Work Place Diseases
  • Psychological Injury
  • Catastrophic Injury
  • Slip And Fall Cases
  • Criminal Compensation
  • Unfair Dismissals
  • Rural & Industrial Accidents
  • Dust Diseases
  • Comcare

Compensation Lawyers In Gold Coast, Brisbane & Queensland

Contact Jeff Dwyer at Dwyer Law Group for a free first appointment for more information about our No Win No Fee terms for compensation claims for work, car, public liability accidents, medical negligence cases, superannuation and total and permanent disablement claims.

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Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

Q Does the person who caused the accident have to pay?

The plaintiff is the person making the claim (you), and the defendant, as the term suggests, defends the claim. Many people think that the person who caused the accident actually defends the action and pays the compensation. This is not so. If they are insured, their insurance company will cover the cost of appointing solicitors to defend your action, and if you are successful, it is the insurance company who pays the compensation - not them personally.

Q How much compensation are you going to get? What are the principle heads of damages?

In assessing your damages, we will look to the following things: How much pain you have suffered in the past/likely to suffer in the future, & the effects of your injuries on your life generally? How much income you have lost & are likely to lose in the future? How much money you spent on medical services, pharmaceuticals, treatment etc? What assistance you obtained from other people whilst recovering? Any refunds you will have to pay? Any future costs you may have?

Q Will I have to go to court?

Many cases settle out of court, although sometimes not until the day of trial. Sometimes the defendant's insurer will have obtained evidence to contradict the evidence we have obtained. Where there is a divergence in the evidence, it may be difficult to determine how much compensation you should receive. We have to be ready to go to court if it becomes necessary. There is no need for this to concern you. We are skilled & experienced in this type of litigation, so let us take care of everything.

Q How long will investigation process take?

We will carry out some preliminary investigations into the circumstances of your injury/claim to determine if you have good prospects of winning. This could take up to a few months depending on how complicated your claim is. If we think you have good prospects of winning, we will continue your claim and offer our advice. We estimated that from the time we are able to start your case it will take 12 to 24 months to finish, but sometimes cases do not always run according to plan.

Q What do you need to do throughout this process?

We require that you provide us with all relevant information so that we can obtain the best results in your claim. Without this information, we cannot do our job. We also need you to do things such as attend on doctors at our request, provide us with your taxation history, provide us with your employment history, sign and return documents to us, keep us updated on your personal information, and update us on any changes in your lifestyle, employment & circumstances.

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