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Personal Injury Claim Time Limits

If you need to make a personal injury claim, the last thing you want to do is run out of time.

Injured in an accident unexpected uncomfortable, to say the least, and the claim may not be the first thing on your mind.

However, the tight time frame associated with the claim and left it too late could be disastrous.

Missing a deadline could mean that you lose your right to compensation. 

You can explore this link to find accident attorneys in Australia. 

Countless Australia have lost out on hundreds of thousands of dollars as compensation for not acting promptly.

You can find out if you are still eligible to use our online eligibility checker.

So what is the deadline?

In most cases, claims for injuries sustained in the accident was no fault shall be made within three years from the date of injury.

But the time frame is not set in stone.

There are many ways a personal injury lawyer can give you more time.

Because many jurisdictions in Australia and the differences in laws from state to state it would be near impossible to list all the ways this on our website.

But for example, serious personal injury and claims are often inappropriate extension as dust disease has no limitations.

For this reason, even if you believe you have missed the deadline, we may still be able to help.

What type of personal injury claim has a deadline?

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Some of the most common types of cases that we handle that has a time limit, including but not limited to:

  • motor vehicle accident
  • injury at work
  • medical negligence
  • public liability
  • Why is it so important to act quickly
  • Before the formal legal process can be initiated there some routine tasks that must be performed by your attorney.

These include but are not limited to:

  • Arrange for you to attend an independent medical examination
  • Speaking to and gather statements from witnesses
  • Collect and assess evidence, such as photos or video evidence
  • Obtain expert testimony
  • Determine your eligibility for a no win no fee
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