Recent Wins

Incident: Gloria sat on a broken chair at a well-known fast food outlet causing minor injury.
Settlement: Premier Lawyers were able to negotiate an early settlement in the amount of $60,000 with a minimum of fuss.

Gloria sat on a broken chair at a well-known fast food outlet causing minor injury. Gloria is an unemployed 57 yr old with no wage loss or ongoing medical treatment requirements and Premier Lawyers were able to negotiate an early settlement in the amount of $60,000 with a minimum of fuss.

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Incident: Peter was employed as a truck driver and sustained an injury to his back at work.
Settlement: Premier Lawyers were able to negotiate a settlement of $550,000 plus costs just before the court hearing.

Peter was employed as a truck driver and was climbing down the ladder on the back of his truck when his foot slipped from a rung of the ladder causing him to fall sustaining injury to his back. Peter is 48 years of age and was able to return to part-time work

The public liability insurer and workers compensation insurer fought the case hard but we were able to negotiate a settlement of $550,000 plus costs just before the court hearing.

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Incident: Louise is a 55 year old woman who suffered injuries in a motor bike accident whilst on holidays.
Settlement: Premier Lawyers able to negotiate an out of court settlement of $975,000.

Louise is a 55-year-old woman who suffered injuries in a motorbike accident whilst on holidays. She has been unable to return to work in her pre-accident employment

but still has the capacity to work in a less demanding role. Due to our preparation and negotiation skills, we were able to negotiate an out of court settlement of $975,000.

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Incident: Kesh is a 40 yr old mother who was traversing the escalators at a shopping centre when she slipped and fell on the floor at the top of the escalators
Settlement: We negotiated with the insurer to pay $157,500 to settle the case.

Kesh is a 40 yr old mother who was traversing the escalators at a shopping centre when she slipped and fell on the floor at the top of the escalators injuring her left shoulder and back. At the time of the incident Kesh was not working.

The public liability insurer of the shopping centre denied the claim so we commenced proceedings in the District Court. After we lodged the claim for compensation in the District Court the insurer agreed to pay $157,500 to settle the case.

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Incident: John was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident due to another driver’s negligence.
Settlement: We negotiated a settlement sum for John of $475,000.

John’s left knee was badly injured and he was unable to continue working as a truck driver. John was aged 63 and had hoped to work until age 70, but could not find a suitable job due to his injuries. He was forced to rely on Centrelink benefits.

When John contacted us he was unaware of his rights against the insurer of the at fault driver, NRMA, and his claim was significantly out of time.

Premier Lawyers succeeded in having NRMA accept the claim despite it being lodged out of time. When John’s permanent impairment was assessed at 4% by a government doctor from the Medical Assessment Service, we successfully appealed this decision, increasing the figure for John’s permanent impairment to 30%. This meant John was entitled to much more compensation.

NRMA made an initial settlement offer of $20,000, which we knew to be far less than the true value of the claim. Six months later we negotiated a settlement sum for John of $475,000.

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Incident: Karina was a single mother when involved in a motor vehicle accident that wasn’t her fault and suffered a number of injuries to her left shoulder, back and neck.
Settlement: We were able to settle Karina’s claim for $575,000.

Karina worked as a teacher’s aide at a public school and after a small amount of time off was able to return to work but had difficulty performing her duties. As a single mother, she battled on working like so many of us.

 

Karina decided to deal with the insurer on her own and came to an agreement with them to settle her case for $10,422.13.

Soon after, Karina got in touch with us and instructed us to look into her settlement as she felt that the insurer had taken advantage of her.

We agreed with Karina, took on her case and got the insurer to undo the settlement.

Not long after we were able to settle Karina’s claim for $575,000.

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Incident: Steve was a single father when he was knocked off his motorbike by a motor vehicle.
Settlement: We settled the matter for $275,000.

Steve suffered injury to his right knee but was able to return to work.

The insurer of the other car denied fault and blamed Steve for the accident saying it was his fault. Therefore the insurer stated he is not entitled to any compensation.

Steve instructed us to commence a claim on his behalf. The matter was lodged in the District Court of New South Wales and thereafter we settled the matter for $275,000.

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Incident: Grazyna injured her foot when she stepped on uneven ground when leaving the premises of Casula Mall.
Settlement: We were able to finish Grazyna claim for $82,500.

Grazyna was employed in the beauty industry and injured her right foot when she stepped on uneven ground when leaving the premises of Casula Mall. The insurance company denied this public liability claim and as such, we filed a Statement of Claim in the District Court.

Grazyna lost no time off work and before the matter proceeded in court we were able to finish her claim for $82,500

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Incident: Elie was an unemployed man showering at home in his rental property when some small wall tiles fell off and hit him in the left shoulder.
Settlement: We quickly settled Elie's claim for $110,000 at the District Court.

Elie was an unemployed man showering at home in his rental property when some small wall tiles fell off and hit him in the left shoulder.

The landlord’s insurance company denied liability, therefore, saying Elie was not entitled to any compensation.

Elie instructed us to commence a claim on his behalf in the District Court and we soon after settled the case for $110,000

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Incident: Goran was in the course of his employment unloading a truck at someone else’s premises when he injured his shoulder and back.
Settlement: We were able to settle the case out of court for $388,145.69

Goran was in the course of his employment unloading a truck at someone else’s premises when he injured his shoulder and back.

As Goran was on someone else’s premises we were entitled to sue the party in charge of the premises as a public liability claim.

The insurer for the party in charge denied liability and we were instructed by Goran to claim damages.

We were able to settle the case out of court for $388,145.69 leaving Goran free to return to work.

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Incident: Anne was injured in a workplace accident.
Settlement: We settled the case for $520,000.

Anne was employed on a casual basis in the hospitality industry and injured her back and neck when she was tasked with moving a crate of milk.

The insurer denied liability for Anne’s injury, and put up a fight to maintain their denial of liability, but Premier Compensation Lawyers won in the end, forcing the insurer to accept that the injury was related to her employment.

Anne had initially instructed another law firm to manage her claim, but they failed to protect her interests, the time to bring a claim before the court had expired, ending Anne’s rights to compensation. Despite this, Premier Compensation Lawyers were able to negotiate a settlement for Anne in the sum of $520,000.

Anne has since bought a house and is very happy with the result.

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Incident: Talia was at work when a forklift reversed over her left foot.
Settlement: We negotiated a settlement sum of $440,000 for Talia

Talia was working in her usual occupation as a shop assistant when a forklift reversed over her left foot causing injury to her left foot and ankle. Talia was able to return to work 4 months later. We commenced proceedings in the District Court by way of a Statement of Claim. The lawyers for the insurer, Hall & Willcox, in their Defence document, chose to “not admit” that a collision took place!

Premier lawyers pushed on with the claim on behalf of Talia. The court ordered a mediation and soon after the lawyers from the insurer agreed to pay Talia $440,000.

Not bad for a collision the other side did “not admit” happened!

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Incident: Steve suffered psychological injury when a work colleague fell off the bonnet of a car. Steve thought his colleague had been crushed. He hadn’t.
Settlement: We were able to settle Steve’s case for $710,000 plus over 3.5 years of past wages plus $28,600 before even commencing court proceedings.

Steve was driving a truck with a cherry picker when there was an issue with the vehicle and he thought his colleague had been crushed. He hadn’t. As a result Steve suffered psychological injury.

We guided the matter through the Workers Compensation Commission successfully and then sued the employer for negligence.

The matter went for a mediation and settled soon after for and additional $710,000 without even having to commence proceedings in the District Court.

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