If you have suffered a quad bike accident, it can be devastating and a deeply troubling time for both the injured person and their family. Often, the injury can have permanent consequences and severely impact your quality of life.
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Depending on the nature of the quad bike crash and the circumstances surrounding what happened, it’s possible that you may have a claim for compensation under law. Accessing this compensation can help to relieve financial stress on you and your family and in some cases help in getting you the right treatment for your injuries.
Shine Lawyers have expert motor vehicle accident lawyers across Australia that work on a no win no fee basis, which means you won’t have to pay our legal costs unless we win your claim at the end. The first consultation is obligation free, which means it’s quick and easy to find out your rights first before necessarily proceeding with a claim.
Watch our simple guide to compensation claims for more information on the legal process and how you can access compensation following a quad biking accident:
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There may be a range of legal types of claims available to you, including the ability to make a Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) claim – which is a benefit you can claim under your superannuation if you are seriously injured.
Quad bike injury whilst working
If you sustained a quad bike injury whilst working, it’s possible that you may be able to make a claim under the workers’ compensation scheme. Assessing the merits of a case under this scheme involves many different factors, including where your accident occurred, who was operating the bike, who or what caused the accident and the severity of the injury itself.
Our lawyers are experts in workers’ compensation claims and if you have had a quad bike injury at work, we have the experience and personal touch to ensure you get the outcome you need.
Quad bike injury on the roads
If you have suffered a quad bike injury on the road, you may be entitled to make a claim under the motor vehicle scheme. The circumstances of the accident are important and every case is different, so it’s best you seek legal help from one of our experts in order to determine if you have a case under this area of law.
Our lawyers are experts in motor vehicle compensation claims and have acted for many people who have been injured on the roads whilst riding a quad bike.
Recreational quad bike injury
If you have suffered a quad bike injury when using the vehicle for entertainment or recreational use, you may still have a claim. The area of law that litigates against accidents that occur of this nature can fall under public liability law.
Our lawyers are public liability law experts who can assess your case and help you get the compensation you need.
Time limits are affected by the nature of your claim and the area of law you bring a claim under – so contact our lawyers today to find out if you are able to make a quad bike accident claim as soon as possible. Wait too long and it is possible your right to make a claim may be lost forever.
The legal costs differ depending on how complex your cases is, and our lawyers will be able to give you a good indication of this when they know a little more about your case.
Our lawyers are experts when it comes to quad bike accident claims and are more than happy to provide you with a rough guide on how much you can expect once they know a little bit more about your situation.
To take the first step, simply contact us and we’ll have a chat about your situation in an obligation free environment and from there you can decide your best course of action.
- Your loss of earnings
- Your medical and hospital expenses
- Your pain and suffering
- Any help you have needed at home (paid or unpaid)
One of our lawyers will be able to let you know what you can claim for once they know a little bit more about your situation. In most cases a monetary value is placed on the gap between your life path before the quad bike injury, and your life path since.
Once our lawyers know the ins and outs of your case they will be able to give you a good timeframe as to when the case might resolve.
Most people making quad bike accident compensation legal claims choose not to act for themselves and instead engage an expert compensation lawyer. The best compensation lawyers can provide the knowledge and experience required to help guide a case to a successful outcome.
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 quad bike accident compensation claim
Hear from some of our clients
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The Shine Lawyers team
Shine Lawyers also have accredited specialists in personal injury law across the nation:
Stuart Le Grand, Melbourne
Ron Kramer, Fairfield
Susan Newman, Sydney
Zlatko Mackic, Liverpool
Jodie Willey, Brisbane
Kathryn Rayner, Townsville
Lisa Kinder, Toowoomba
Melissa O'Neill, Brisbane
Michelle Wright, Springwood
Peter Matus, Bundall
Roger Singh, Brisbane
Simon Morrison, Brisbane
Our lawyers have been responsible for many quad bike accident clients around the country and have successfully secured our clients the compensation they needed during a very difficult time.
We provide all quad bike accident 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. This should provide you with piece of mind knowing that we will do everything we can to get you a successful outcome.
Below are some of our clients who have been through the legal process with us:
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