Leaving our home requires a certain level of trust in other people. However, whether intentional or not, sometimes someone else’s negligence can violate that trust and cause serious injuries.
As the trusted name in law, you can rely on D’Angelo Legal to ensure that you receive everything you’re entitled to.
Owners/occupiers are expected by law to provide a certain level of care to the people they interact with in order to keep them safe. A common example is that a shopping centre is expected to place a ‘wet floor’ sign in an area that has just been mopped so that people don’t slip and get hurt.
Public Liability laws allow people to receive compensation when they have been injured due to someone else’s negligence.
suffered injuries as a result of somebody's negligence at a public place or at a privately owned venue
If you have suffered injuries as a result of somebody's negligence at a public place or at a privately owned venue, in certain circumstances, you may be entitled to claim compensation against the property owner or occupier of the premises if they are negligent at law.
There are many elements to proving negligence, however, one of the most important tests is the ‘obvious danger’.
Currently Public Liability Claims in Western Australia are restricted by the Civil Liability Act 2002 (WA).
There are time limits and thresholds applicable in respect of Public Liability claims. For further information please contact us.
If you’ve have been injured in a public place or private property, you can rely on D’Angelo Legal as the trusted name in law. We ensure that you’re adequately compensated in your time of need and we’re with you every step of the way.
NO WIN, NO FEE**Contact us for details
At D’Angelo Legal you do not pay any legal fees (except for some disbursements) unless you receive a lump sum settlement. - 'No Win No Fees'.
If you receive a lump sum compensation the insurer, generally, in addition to your settlement sum also pays a contribution towards your legal costs (referred to party/party costs).
Our legal fees are charged according to the Scale Rates allowed by the relevant legislation.
We understand the need for someone you can trust during a difficult time. So please make an appointment with us today for a no obligation first free consultation (should you not proceed), to determine if you are able to make a claim for compensation.