Public liability claims are typically injuries suffered on public or private property including assaults, slips, trips, falls or even drownings caused by the negligence of others.
These injuries can occur, for example, in shopping centres, sporting and other public venues, home unit complexes, on footpaths, at business premises and worksites and at private houses. A claim for damages may include compensation for pain, suffering and impairment, loss of income, medical expenses, out of pocket expenses and domestic assistance provided by your friends and family.
Below for your general information are answers to some of the more commonly asked questions.
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