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Serious Injury

Serious Injury Compensation Claims

Our solicitors can help you if you’ve suffered serious injuries in an accident you did not cause, whether this was out on the road, in your place of work, or in a public place.

In such complex cases, it is crucial that you consult with experienced solicitors who practice in personal injury claims. We have the experience to succeed with such high-value claims.

Every year, Bannister Law helps many clients in New South Wales get the care and compensation they deserve after suffering severe injuries. We understand that every client is different, which is why our service is always tailored exactly to your needs.

Establishing Who Was at Fault

As in all personal injury cases in NSW, you will only succeed with your claim if you were not at fault for the incident which resulted in your injuries.

If someone else’s actions, carelessness or negligence caused the accident, your claim has a good chance of success.

What Constitutes a Serious Injury?

Many of the personal injury cases we deal with are serious. These can include:

• Injuries which result in amputations
• Brain injuries
• Spinal injuries
• Fractures

If you have to stay in hospital as an in-patient because of your injuries, this is usually classed as a serious case.

Severe accidents can sadly often cause permanent physical damage, such as disabilities and even disfigurement. But the damage caused is not always just physical – in some cases your incident may inflict psychological trauma, and your injuries may prevent you from working for a period of time.
Our first priority is to ensure that you receive high-quality medical treatment as soon as possible, and then attentive ongoing care. We feel this is crucial to getting you on the road to recovery.

Pursue Your Claim with Bannister Law

To discuss your case and quickly move forward with your claim, contact Bannister Law today. Call us on 1300 226 647 to speak with one of our experienced lawyers, or alternatively fill in our online claim form.