Sometimes a wrongdoing can cause widespread harm to a community and the environment that surrounds it. People break rules and cut corners and others suffer.
If environmental pollutants have affected your community or caused damage to your property – we can help. Shine Lawyers service extends to cover chemical exposure compensation claims.
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Common questions about Environmental Claims
Our environmental law team can help with:
- Crop damage
- Careless farm spraying
- Water contamination
- Factory pollution
- Chemical exposure
- Industrial air pollution
It’s possible for a claim to be made outside the prescribed time limits if the damage was not apparent immediately. Our team recommend that you seek legal advice as soon as possible to ensure your right to a claim is not lost due to a time limit.
The amount of legal costs at the end will depend on the amount of work required to resolve your claim. This is all recorded on an ongoing basis and you can ask for an update on how things are looking at any time.
It doesn't matter if you are located close or far away from a Shine Lawyers office - we will always provide the same, expert advice and manage your claim with the same level of quality and commitment.
Our compensation experts are in the following locations:
New South Wales
- Gold Coast
- Hervey Bay
- North Lakes
- Stones Corner
- Sunshine Coast
Why you should choose Shine Lawyers to handle your environmental claim
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The Shine Lawyers team
At Shine Lawyers you will have your own go-to team, who are always available to chat and who understand that explaining things in plain English to you is important.
We provide all of our environmental legal services on a No Win No Fee Guarantee, which means you won't have to pay our legal costs unless we win your claim at the end.
Hear from some of our clients below who have been through the legal process with us.
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