Public Liability Claims

Workplace Injury Claims
September 22, 2019
Medical Negligence Claims
September 22, 2019

Any person injured in a public place or private premises as a result of the negligence (faulty and/or carelessness) of an owner or occupier may be entitled to compensation. Negligence is simply doing something without reasonable amount of care, or failing to do something that might reasonably have been.

Public Liability Law covers a wide range of circumstances in which injuries can occur, such as:

  • Place of work other than your normal place of employment
  • On council property
  • At parks or playgrounds
  • On footpaths and roads
  • On private property
  • Schools
  • Supermarkets and shopping centres
  • While performing recreational activities
  • On boats
  • On aeroplanes
  • Being attacked by a dog

What You Can Claim

The Civil Liability Act (NSW) 2002 allows for the recovery of compensation by way of damages for:

  • non-economic loss (damages for injuries)
  • loss of wages (past and future)
  • loss of superannuation
  • medical expenses
  • domestic and/or personal care (both gratuitous and paid)

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