LEGAL SERVICES INFORMATION

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Legal Services

Every day, hundreds of Australians apply for legal services to help them take action over incidents which they might otherwise have little control over. There are many ways in which you can seek compensation or advice for a range of events which have affected your life.

These are typical cases in which legal services should be sought:

  • An injury in your place of work
  • An injury in a public place
  • A car accident that was caused by someone else
  • Other similar situations

Legal services can also be used for less serious matters. Some of the companies listed on our site are experts in explaining what legal documents you or your business might need and advise you how to complete them no matter what the situation.

How Can I Apply?

It is really easy to apply and the companies on our site will do their best to advise you whatever the situation. Use the chart to compare the different features and expertise of each company to work out which will be best for you. Most of the legal services will have a simple online application form.

They will need to know some basics:

  • Your name
  • Your address
  • Your email / telephone
  • They may need to know some details of your case
  • They may need proof of your claim

How Much does it Cost?

This depends on the service you use. Each firm will have its own individual fee structure so make sure you find out all the details before you apply. If you are not sure then ask them directly; if they are unwilling to provide full details then just avoid them altogether.

Many legal services offer the initial part of the process for free. This means you can receive advice and guidance without paying a dollar. Some will also offer 'No win, no fee'. The fee is often taken from the compensation money you receive. Always find out about this in more detail they may take a large cut of your winnings.

Are they Professional?

Most legal services are run by teams of lawyers and legal experts.

However there are always bogus firms trying to win customers you can find out if they are legitimate by reading the fine print on their website or ask directly. If they are unwilling to provide you with full details of their qualifications or professional experience, it is best not to use their services and find a better firm.

If necessary you may need to seek advice from your existing lawyer. This is especially recommended with complicated legal cases.

        


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