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No win, no fee* personal injury lawyers in Melbourne. We’ll fight for your rights to get you the compensation you deserve. Get a free claim check today.

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We’ll navigate your compensation claim with experience and expertise, ensuring you receive the best outcome possible.

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Our highly skilled team have a proven track record of providing positive claim outcomes for our clients.

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You shouldn’t miss out on getting justice due to financial constraints. If we don’t secure a win for you, you pay nothing.*

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National Compensation Lawyers - Melbourne Personal Injury Lawyers With A Proven Track Record

If you are dealing with the aftermath of a personal injury due to someone else’s actions or negligence, it’s time to seek justice with some of Melbourne’s most trusted lawyers by your side.

Physical pain, financial burdens and emotional distress all take a toll. We know how daunting it can feel to make a compensation claim while recovering, but taking action as early as possible is important for your peace of mind and because time limits apply.

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Struggling To Move Forward After A Personal Injury? National Compensation Lawyers Are Here To Help.

A personal injury can disrupt your life in unimaginable ways. It’s about more than compensation; it’s restoring normalcy, obtaining support, and ensuring justice. Let our personal injury lawyers guide you to a resolution that brings peace and closure. Your journey to recovery begins with contacting our team.

What Can Be Covered By A Personal Injury Claim?

Depending on your circumstances, compensation which you will be entitled to after a personal injury claim can include:

  • Past and present medical bills and expenses
  • Home attendant care
  • Past and future lost earnings
  • Compensation for pain and suffering.


Each State has its own regulations concerning personal injury claims that must be met and specific timeframes for filing claims. Seeking expert guidance on your claim, rights, and entitlements is essential. Our team of personal injury lawyers is here to offer this guidance, ensuring your personal injury claim is managed effectively and you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to.

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Pursuing justice in cases of negligence and liability for personal injuries.

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Expert representation for medical injury compensation claims.

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Advocating for your rights and compensation in workplace injury cases.

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Assisting you in securing rightful compensation after vehicle, pedestrian, cyclist & public transport accidents.

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Dedicated support for total or permanent disability-related compensation claims.

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Why Work With National Compensation Lawyers After A Personal Injury?

We empathise with your struggles and are committed to getting the best outcome for you. Beyond being a team of lawyers, we are passionate advocates for our clients seeking justice. Every case is far more than just a claim; it represents an individual with a unique story deserving of fairness.

We know how exhausting personal injury claims can be and are here to ease your legal journey. Whether you are navigating the aftermath of an accident or still recovering from injuries, our goal is to make the process as stress-free as possible. You can rely on National Compensation Lawyers, Melbourne’s dedicated personal injury lawyers, to stand by your side.

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Navigating the legal system can be daunting, especially with a personal injury. We stand by your side to ensure your voice is heard.

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Frequently Asked Questions - Personal Injury Lawyers Melbourne

When you contact National Compensation Lawyers (NCL), a lawyer will obtain full details about the circumstances surrounding your claim and coordinate the collection of all other information to enable us to coordinate your claim and the prospects of success. Your injuries will be evaluated to ensure you meet the appropriate State thresholds. While all the initial “groundwork” can and should be done as soon as possible, injuries must stabilise. We need to determine whether they are permanent or temporary, as this will affect your compensation amount.

We offer visiting services throughout Melbourne and Victoria. If you have an injury which causes you to remain in hospital or leaves you housebound, we will come to you. Our other compensation services include work injuriesComcare lawyers and transport accidents.

Simply put, if we do not win, you do not pay any legal fees. You can find out more about what a No Win, No Fee” basis means here.

After suffering an injury, you should, as quickly as possible:

  • Seek the appropriate medical treatment;
  • Keep records and receipts of medical expenses and details of when treatment was received;
  • Keep records and details of lost wages;
  • Report the incident in writing to the appropriate body (i.e. Police, road authorities, supermarkets or shopping centre management);
  • Take photographs of the incident site, location or the product which caused the injuries; and
  • Take photographs of your injuries.

When you contact National Compensation Lawyers, a Lawyer will obtain full details about the circumstances surrounding your claim and coordinate the collection of all other information to enable us to assess your claim and the prospects of success fully. Once your injuries are coordinated, we will consider and assess your level of impairment to ensure you meet the appropriate threshold. In Victoria, we are required to meet a greater than 5% whole-person physical impairment when assessed with the relevant guidelines and at least 10% whole-person psychiatric impairment when assessed with the relevant guidelines. There are some circumstances where your injuries do not require you to meet the required thresholds.

The Law provides that the “occupier” of property owes a “duty of care” to others. This duty includes ensuring the premises are safe, have no obvious defects and are properly maintained. A claim can arise on public (e.g. parks, beaches, roads) or private property (for example a home, pub or other entertainment venues).

A public liability claim can also extend to injuries suffered as a result of a physical or sexual assault, injuries caused by animals (i.e. dog attacks or horse riding accidents) and those injuries which have occurred as a result of recreational or sporting activities (i.e. bike riding/walking tracks or where the oval, arena or court has fallen into disrepair).

There is an unlimited range of circumstances in which you can claim. If you have been injured as a result of the “occupier” breaching their duty of care, compensation may be available.

Some common examples include:
  • Injuries, slips, trips and falls in public places (i.e. parks, roads or footpaths);
  • injuries, slips, trips and falls in private buildings (i.e. homes, apartment blocks).
  • injuries at rental premises;
  • injuries caused by animals (i.e. dog attacks or horse riding accidents);
  • physical and sexual assaults; and
  • injuries as a result of recreational or sporting activities (i.e. bike riding/walking tracks or where the oval, arena or court has fallen into disrepair).

If you believe you have been injured as a result of another’s fault, we recommend you contact National Compensation Lawyers to discuss the incident with a lawyer.

Compensation may cover:

  • past and future medical expenses;
  • past loss and future loss of income;
  • home help and attendant care provided by family, friends or professionals; and
  • pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life.

Each claim is different. Please contact National Compensation Lawyers to discuss your injuries and the type of compensation you may be entitled to claim.

After suffering injury, you should, as quickly as possible:

  • seek the appropriate medical treatment;
  • keep records and receipts of medical expenses and details of when treatment was received;
  • keep records and details of lost wages;
  • report the incident in writing to the appropriate body (i.e. Police, Road Authorities, Supermarkets or Shopping Centres);
  • take photographs of the incident site, location or the product which caused the injuries;
  • take photographs of your injuries;
  • contact this office on 1300 FEARLESS (1300 332 753).

As soon as possible after the incident, we recommend you contact National Compensation Lawyers to discuss your claim with a lawyer so that the matter can be properly prepared to enable you to receive your maximum compensation entitlements.

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In most cases, a claim for compensation/damages must be made within 3 years of the date of your injury or recognition of such injury. After this time your rights may be extinguished and you may not be able to make a claim.

Accordingly, it is important legal advice is sought as soon as possible. We recommend you urgently contact National Compensation Lawyers to discuss your claim with a lawyer so as to ensure you are not prevented from claiming your maximum compensation entitlements.

If you suffered loss as a result of a faulty product, you may be entitled to a product liability claim under the Australian Consumer Legislation. In this regard we refer you to our property damage section.

Claims generally fall into three categories, including:
  • manufacture defects/mistakes;
  • dangerous/improper product designs; and
  • a failure to warn.

Given the complexities of product liability claims, we encourage you to contact National Compensation Lawyers as soon as possible.

Every State has its own legislation covering these types of claims. There is often a significant difference between States as to whether you can claim, how you claim and what you can claim.  

Accordingly, it is extremely important that you urgently contact National Compensation Lawyers to discuss your claim (or potential claim) with a solicitor.

In a number of States, it is necessary to prove your injuries are such that you meet the legislated threshold. Your injuries are assessed by doctors who then decide in accordance with the relevant Guidelines. In Victoria, the relevant Guidelines are contained in the American Medical Association Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment 4th Edition.

Given the different thresholds in each State, we recommend you urgently contact National Compensation Lawyers to discuss your claim and injuries with a lawyer.

Don’t leave it too late. Get started on your claim with our Melbourne Personal Injury Accident Lawyers.