No Win, No Fee Personal Injury Lawyers
Helping injured Victorians secure financial compensation and lump sum payouts for over 25 years
If you’ve been injured at work, you may be entitled to benefits such as wages and medical expenses, and a lump sum payout under the WorkCover scheme.
If you’ve been injured in a road accident, you may be entitled to claim compensation and a lump sum payout from the Transport Accident Commission (“the TAC”).
Public Liability Claims
If you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s fault, you may have a Public Liability case for your injuries, entitling you to compensation for pain and suffering and for economic loss.
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Our Personal Injury Lawyers work on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis
Being injured at a workplace, in a road accident, or in a public place can leave you feeling alienated, frustrated, and alone. Sometimes the injuries can be irreversible and life-altering. Thankfully there is a lot that can be done to get the financial compensation you are entitled to and deserve.
Arnold Dallas McPherson Lawyers are dedicated to providing the highest standard of legal services on a no win, no fee basis, ensuring that everyone has access to legal representation to fight for the compensation they deserve. Our No Win, No Fee policy means that you won’t have to pay legal costs unless your case is successful.
Our Personal Injury Lawyers have achieved excellent results for injured Victorians
Founded in 1994, Arnold Dallas McPherson Lawyers has acted on behalf of thousands of injured Victorians, helping them to achieve excellent results and financial security. Our Personal Injury Lawyers are experienced in all facets of Personal Injury Law which include:
- WorkCover Claims
- TAC Claims
- Public Liability Claims
- Asbestos Claims
- Superannuation TPD Claims
- Personal Injury Claims
- Injuries Caused by Negligence
- Insurance Claims
- Comcare Claims
We also provide assistance with:
- Superannuation Total and Permanent Disability Claims
- Superannuation Income Protection Claims
- Superannuation Early Release Applications
- Employment and Industrial Law
- Unfair Dismissal
- Underpayment of Wages