Making a Public Liability Claim Following an Accident or Injury

By: Crew Legal
BRISBANE, Australia - April 29, 2024 - PRLog -- Public liability claims generally involve accidents and injuries that occur outside of the workplace and not in connection with a motor vehicle. Such accidents may include:

*Slips, trips and falls in shopping centres and supermarkets;
*Boat accidents;
*Playground accidents;
*Accidents on public property;
*Accidents on private property;
*Civil and sexual assault claims;
*Injuries from faulty goods; and
*Footpath and road pavement claims.

These claims fall within the operation of the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002.

Public Liability Claims in Queensland

Public liability claims in Queensland are fault-based claims. In order to succeed in a claim, it must be established that:

*You were owed a duty of care;
*That duty of care was breached; and
*As a result of the breach of duty you have sustained injury.

As complicated legal issues may be involved in such matters, it is imperative that you obtain legal advice at an early stage. Strict time limits apply to commencing public liability claims and advice should be obtained as early as possible.

The lawyers at Crew Legal have extensive experience in undertaking public liability claims on behalf of injured people. For more information, visit
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