Discover Your Compensation Entitlements
Check Your Claim
Regardless of whether you already have legal representation, it’s absolutely crucial to check on your claim. This ensures you are on track to receive the best possible outcome and are getting properly compensated and cared for following your injury.
Remember, it’s not just about the compensation, it’s about ensuring your rights are safeguarded during this critical time.
And if you find that your current legal representation isn’t up to par, remember that it’s always within your rights to switch lawyers. Your well-being and peace of mind are paramount, so never hesitate to seek out the best legal support for your circumstances.
✓ Maximise Compensation
Our Claim Checker goes beyond a simple status check; it assesses your claim to identify any potential missed opportunities for higher compensation. By leveraging our tool and team, you can be confident that you are not leaving any money on the table.
✓ Accuracy Assurance
Our online Claim Checker is designed for our team to review the information you provide, ensuring that your claim is error-free and complete. We understand the importance of accuracy when dealing with compensation claims, and our tool aims to provide you with the most reliable results.
✓ Time-Saving Convenience
With our online ClaimChecker, you can avoid the hassle of an initial office visit or a phone call. It offers a seamless and efficient way to enquiry about a claim, saving you valuable time and effort.
Get What You Deserve
Our Personal Injury Compensation Calculator initiates your journey towards understanding the potential value of your claim, while our team of seasoned experts work diligently to maximise your compensation in your personal injury claim. We empower you to navigate the complex landscape of personal injury law, assuring you that your compensation and well-being are our utmost priority.
Your Compassionate Lawyer
Meet Karena, a Partner at Coutts Lawyers & Conveyancers, and the head of our esteemed Injury Compensation and Employment Law teams. With over two decades of experience in the field of Insurance Law, Karena’s passion, dedication, and client-focused approach have established her as a leading authority in compensation and employment law.
What to Expect with Coutts Lawyers
Step 1: Initial Contact
Reach out to Coutts Lawyers via our website, phone, or in person. Briefly describe your matter.
Step 2: Consultation Appointment
Schedule and attend a meeting with a Coutts lawyer / Conveyancer to discuss the specifics of your matter and desired outcomes.
Step 3: Information & Legal Advice
Share all related documents and information. Your lawyer / Conveyancer will review everything, clarify aspects as needed, and then advise on the best action course.
Step 4: Action Plan Development
Based on the advice, an appropriate action plan will be formulated. This may involve communication, documentation processes, or further legal steps.
Step 5: Implementation
Execute the action plan, addressing a range of legal scenarios as necessary.
Step 6: Resolution & Closure
Navigate towards a resolution, with the path determined by the nature of the matter. Your Lawyer / Conveyancer will outline any final actions or considerations.
Frequently Asked Questions About Injury Compensation
At Coutts, we understand that an Injury Compensation Claim can be a complex and overwhelming process. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about our Injury Compensation service to help you understand how it works and what you can expect.
At Coutts, we offer a No Win No Fee policy meaning that if you don’t win your case then we won’t charge you for our legal fees. No Win No Fee is offered to eligible clients. Discussion as to eligibility is offered at the first FREE consultation.
Depending on the type of claim we would need to consider if we can establish Breach of Duty, Causation and damage (negligence) (there is a no-fault scheme for workers compensation so you don’t need to establish negligence that you had a work accident and work must be a substantial contributing factor or main contributing factor for psychological) then we look at the extent of the damages which could include pain and suffering, economic loss, medical treatment and whether you have needed assistance around the home.
On average, an injury does not stabilise until 12 months after the injury or subsequent surgery. Then depending on the type of claim, there are different Courts and Tribunals to try and have the matter move in a timely fashion. It depends on the extent of the evidence.
There are time frames when it comes to making a claim. Seeing a lawyer will help you navigate if you’re still eligible to make a claim. Exceptions can be granted if you have a reasonable explanation as to the delay, remember to check before you decide to forget about it.
You should bring medical reports, claims forms, letters or other forms of documentation regarding your case, anything that will assist the Lawyer in giving you advice.
Coutts brings a personal approach to the law. We will sit down, listen, and understand your situation on an individual basis. Coutts provides the peace of mind and confidence you need in a trusted lawyer.
The Coutts team will go the extra mile to keep you informed during every step of your legal process. Coutts understands the importance of up to date communication and foresight in the legal world and we put our clients first to keep them empowered and confident.
Coutts will talk your language, keep you informed and always be available to go the extra mile to get the results you are looking for.
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