Compensation Lawyers Ipswich

Ipswich compensation lawyers

Meet us at our Ipswich office. Our office hosts a team of dedicated Ipswich compensation lawyers and support staff.

Getting to our Ipswich office

Our Ipswich office is based in the Ipswich Corporate Centre on East Street in Ipswich. With plenty of street parking on surrounding side streets and Ipswich Station just a four-minute walk away, getting to our Ipswich office is simple.

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Our areas of compensation law

Here are the areas of compensation law our Ipswich office is experienced in.

 

  • Whiplash Injuries
  • Road Accident Injuries
  • Work Accident Injuries
  • Silica Diseases
  • Asbestos Diseases
  • Public Place Injuries
  • Industrial Deafness
  • Institutional Abuse
  • Superannuation Insurance
  • Medical Negligence

Getting to our Ipswich office

Use the map below to find your way to our Ipswich office.
If you have trouble finding our Ipswich office, you’re welcome to give us a call, and we’ll help you find us.

Recommended Parking

You’ll find plenty of street parking on Brisbane Street and Wharf Street. Brisbane Street is just around the corner from our office, and Wharf Street runs parallel to East Street. Both locations are a maximum walking distance of 150 metres away.

Train

Take the train to Ipswich Station and walk over from the station. Our office is a 300-metre, 4-minute walk from the station.

Bus

Bus routes 506, 502 and 515 are available.

Compensation lawyers Ipswich counts on for a range of claims. Here are the areas of personal injury law we work in.

Road accident injuries

If you’re a driver, passenger, cyclist, or pedestrian who has been injured in a road accident without being at fault, you might have a right to seek compensation.

Work accident injuries

Should you suffer an injury at your workplace or develop a work-related injury, you could be in a position to pursue compensation.

Silica diseases

Those who have contracted illnesses due to exposure to silica dust or have developed silica-related conditions, like silicosis, might be entitled to seek compensation.

Whiplash injuries

If you’re dealing with a whiplash injury resulting from a car accident, you might be in a position to claim compensation.

Asbestos diseases

Individuals affected by diseases caused by asbestos exposure, including Mesothelioma, Asbestosis, lung cancer, and Asbestos Related Pleural Disease, may have the opportunity to claim compensation.

Public place injuries

Suffering an injury in a place open to the public, such as a shopping centre or a publicly accessible business, could make you eligible to seek compensation.

Industrial deafness

Workers who experience hearing loss due to their work environment could be eligible for compensation claims related to industrial deafness.

Institutional abuse

Individuals who have suffered abuse in an institutional setting, such as a school or church, might have the right to claim compensation.

Superannuation insurance

Our team of expert compensation lawyers is here to guide you through the process of making Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) claims under your superannuation insurance.

Medical negligence

In cases where you’ve encountered a medical error or negligence by a healthcare professional or institution, you may be entitled to compensation.

Our People

John Vandeleur

Director

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Chief Financial Officer

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Max Cai

Solicitor

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Olivia Duncan

Solicitor

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The compensation claims process

Our team of skilled compensation lawyers in Ipswich has earned a reputation for achieving lower fees and more substantial settlements for our clients. We take a lot of pride in our unique approach. Starting your journey with us is easy. Here’s a breakdown of the process.

Talk with a lawyer

Your journey begins with an initial discussion with one of our experienced compensation lawyers. Usually lasting around 30 minutes, we’re flexible to accommodate the time you need. This conversation helps us understand everything about your claim.

Get a letter of advice

After our initial chat, we’ll send you a tailored letter of advice within a few days. This letter outlines our specific suggestions for your claim, written in clear, easy-to-understand language, free of complex legal terms.

Start the process

Once you decide to proceed, we’ll kickstart the compensation claims process. Although each claim is unique, our first steps typically involve notifying the relevant parties and starting to collect necessary evidence.

Our personal injury lawyers are a little bit different.

vbr Lawyers is different. Here’s what makes us stand out from the rest.

Win more for less

We charge lower fees and win bigger compensation claims. We win more for less.

No win, no fee

Our Ipswich compensation lawyers take the risk out of your claim. You don’t pay until we win.

Always deal with a senior lawyer

Each of our compensation claims is handled by a senior lawyer. Never a junior or paralegal.

Work with an award-winning firm

Our Ipswich compensation lawyers are award-winning.

A compassionate approach

Your personal injury claim is already stressful. We take a compassionate approach.

The opposite of the big firms

You’re much more than a number to our personal injury lawyers. You’ll notice the difference.

It’s No Win, No Fee

Our No Win, No Fee policy is designed so you only pay our fees after we win your compensation claim. Personal injury claims are already challenging, so we want to provide you with peace of mind as we help you pursue your claim. If you don’t win, you don’t pay us. If we do win, you’ll pay us a portion of that win. It removes the stress of worrying about upfront costs.

Our low fee model

This model ensures you receive a bigger share of your compensation claim. We want you to be able to effectively use the compensation we secure on your behalf to rebuild and move forward with your life. That commitment is reflected in our low fee structure.

We charge less

Our fees are 20 to 40% less than what the big firms charge. We also don’t charge an uplift fee (an additional charge for risky claims), and we put a cap on our legal fees (excluding refunds and expenses) at 30% of your claim (legally, we’re able to charge up to 50%). We won’t take the full 30% if we do win you a larger sum. We’ll just take what we need to cover our professional fees.

And we win more

At vbr Lawyers, we work hard to get you a larger amount of compensation. Unlike larger firms, who can be known for churning through claims, we focus on ensuring you’re truly compensated for what you’ve been through. We take the time to gather the right evidence, wait for injuries to stabilise, and collect all the right information to maximise your claim. This careful strategy helps us get you the full compensation you rightfully deserve.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I make a claim?

As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.

How long do I have to make a claim?

As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.

Do I need to keep a written record of events?

As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.

Is it ok to take photos of the accident scene?

As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.

How much does a claim cost to process?

As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.As well as your medical treatment expenses, keep a log of all expenses related to your injury generally. Log any income you lose throughout the process due to your inability to work.

Other locations

Level 16, 15 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City QLD 4000
6/661 Oxley Road, Corinda QLD 4075
Level 1, 47 West Burleigh Rd, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220
1/58 Riverwalk Ave, HQ Building, Robina QLD 4226
1743 Malvern Road, Glen Iris VIC 3146
Level 26, 44 Market Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Obligation free advice

Claiming compensation can be intimidating, but it doesn’t need to be. vbr Lawyers is the multi award winning firm that gets you real results. Lower costs, higher claims and unrelenting advocacy.

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