Other Legal Services

Queensland Road Injury Claims

Queensland no win no fee legal services are provided by personal injury lawyers, Robert Anderson Lawyers. Legal claims and services covered by the NO WIN NO FEE COSTS AGREEMENT include work cover injurymotor vehicle accident claims, total and permanent disability superannuation claims, disputed wills and estates and public liability personal injury claims.

Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Superannuation Claims

Have you been injured or do you have an illness which prevents you from returning to work, in your usual capacity?

If the answer is yes, then you might be eligible to lodge a TPD claim for compensation from your superannuation fund. The illness or impairment does not have to have been sustained at the workplace, to make you eligible for this type of claim. A TPD Claim is usually for a lump sum payment that can be used to cover your medical costs and compensate your loss of income and quality of life. You can lodge a TPD claim as soon as you stop work. Robert Anderson Lawyers is pleased to provide legal advice and representation for approved Queensland NO WIN NO FEE TPD claims..

Disputed Wills & Estates

If you have been unfairly provided for, or the Executor is not acting properly, then you may contest it.

In Queensland, family circumstances, situations and dynamics can lead to disputed wills and estate. If you have been unfairly provided for, or the Executor is not acting properly, then you may contest it. While every case and circumstance is different, time is of the essence, so contact us now. If we feel your case is strong, then we are pleased to offer NO WIN NO FEE legal representation for you.

Public Liability Personal Injury Claims

If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed, then you may be entitled to public liability personal injury claims.

This law covers individuals who have suffered harm in the public domain. The cause of this harm can vary from a slip, trip and fall or equipment failure. If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed, then you may be entitled to public liability personal injury claims.