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Guide to Public Liability Claims

A comprehensive guide to public liability compensation claims

Your free Guide to public liability claims is a comprehensive guide to assist you through the myriad of problems that you may encounter when seeking to pursue legal action whether for a slip, trip, fall or other personal injury.

Don’t rely on insurance representatives and investigations to assist you when your best interest is not in theirs.

Download this guide to learn:

01

What laws apply and state-specific legislation.

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What to do at the time of, or shortly after the, the incident to improve chances of success.

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Damages and compensation that you can claim from a slip, trip or fall.

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Other important information and factors you may need to consider

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Gerard Malouf & Partners have managed thousands of cases in Sydney and across Australia. Clients praise us for our dedicated customer care team, solid experience and fast results when taking on cases against the big insurers that we fight everyday.

For free over-the-phone advice or to take advantage of our free face-to-face consultation call our expert personal injury lawyers today on our Free Call Number 1800 004 878

Gerard Malouf & Partners are the natural choice, with thousands of successful cases across Australia. Clients recommend us for our dedicated customer care team, solid experience and fast results when taking on cases against the big insurers that we fight everyday.

For free over-the-phone advice or to take advantage of our free face-to-face consultation call our compensation lawyers on our Free Call Number 1800 004 878

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