Whether it’s a restaurant, shopping centre, council pathway or car park, when you’re in a public place, you can expect to enjoy it safely.
If you suffer an injury in a place where you could reasonably expect to be safe, and it’s through no fault of your own, you should be compensated. These kinds of personal injury claims typically fall under public liability law.
Despite what the name suggests, public liability doesn’t just cover incidents in public places. You may also claim for injuries that occur on private property, like on planes and trains, in private businesses or in rental properties.
Public liability covers many injuries that don’t fall under workers’ compensation or motor vehicle accident compensation.
There are many types of injuries that can fall under public liability, including:
Here are some simple steps you should take if you’ve been hurt.
The compensation you are entitled to will vary depending on the type of case and the extent of your injuries. However, compensation may cover:
You can only claim for three years from the date of the accident. If you’ve been injured, make sure you seek medical attention and contact Robert Bryden Lawyers as soon as possible.
Public liability is a very complex area of law. It helps to have Robert Bryden in your corner. He can guide you through the claims process, help you gather the right evidence and ensure that you’re getting the compensation that you deserve.
Over his 40-year career, Robert Bryden has been able to secure compensation for people who have suffered all kinds of injuries. From $20,000 to millions of dollars, legal compensation has enabled his clients to take control and restart their lives.
At Robert Bryden, we have a No Win, No Fee policy. We are completely transparent with potential clients and will only take on your case if we believe we can be successful. We only raise an invoice for our time if we win your case.