Here is how we can help today



  • Call our office at (07) 3063 2268  and speak to one of our staff members about your case. You can schedule a consultation with Oszkar Denes.


  • Browse our collection of articles, FAQs and blog posts. If you don’t see your question answered there, fill out the contact form on our website and tell us more about your specific situation.


The team at Denes Lawyers wants to help you get maximum compensation in your personal injury claim. Our main office is located at Springfield Lakes, Queensland, but we have additional spaces to meet with you at Greenslopes, Murrarie, Garden City and Varsity Lakes.


25% Fee Agreement

In all of our personal injury compensation matters, we act on a  No Win – No Fee basis. What that means is, there’s no upfront cost to you.


In Queensland, most compensation firms will charge you 50% of your compensation amount. (That’s the maximum they can charge under the law.) Our fee is different. We will cap our fee at 25%.  Remember also, these are the maximum fees we will charge. If our fee in your claim is less, then we charge the lesser amount.

How to find a Queensland Personal Injury Lawyer?


Have you noticed how many lawyers are out there talking about how “aggressive” they are or how they “care” for you? We think if you need to say it that much, you should probably spend more time doing it instead. But they rarely ever share any information that could help you with your claim. We want to change all of that…


We want to actually provide you with real, useful information about car accidents and other injury claims for you.


If you have questions, the best way to start your conversation with our professional team at Denes Lawyers is to pick up the phone and dial us – the conversation is 100% confidential and without any obligation:


Call us at (07) 3063 2268 for a free and confidential conversation about your claim (and to receive a free copy of 7 Deadly Sins that can wreck Your personal injury Claim)


What you can expect when you call us today:

  • You will speak to Oszkar Denes about your claim. He will ask you:
    • Where the accident happened
    • What were your injuries
    • If there was a police report
    • What happened just before the accident
    • What happened just after the accident
    • Who was in the vehicle with you (if it was a car accident)
    • What your medical treatment has been since the accident
    • If you missed work or other appointments
    • What the insurance company has communicated with you


  • We will then make an appointment to meet you face to face. If we do not take your specific type of case, we will refer you to one of our solicitor partners who can best assist you.


  • After your call, you will receive an introductory toolkit with information about your case and resources you can use.


We believe in adding value to people’s lives. If we see that hiring us will not add value to your claim, we will make a recommendation for another lawyer who can help or, give you information on settling your case yourself. We will NEVER pressure you into hiring us for your case if that does not benefit you.

Frequently asked questions

Is there a time limit to bring a compensation claim in Queensland?

Yes. It is generally 3 years. However, there are some important procedural rules which may impact the calculation of this period. These rules vary depending on whether you have a public liability claim, a WorkCover claim and also on your knowledge of the consequences or seriousness of your injuries.

How do I prove that my injuries were caused by someone else's fault?

In some cases, the answer is obvious, for example in a traffic crash if the other party fails to give way when they should have. In other cases this may be more difficult and we may need to obtain expert evidence. Our job is to advise you at the early stages of your claim how we can prove that your accident was someone else's fault.

What if the accident was partially my fault? Can I still get compensation?

In short, yes. But the amount of compensation would be reduced to take into account your contribution to the accident. Of course, the real dispute will be just what was the extent to which you were at fault. Our job is to convince the other side (and the judge if necessary) that you were not at fault or that your contribution was minimal.

Will my case have to go to court?

No, most cases settle before court proceedings are commenced. However, we do not accept a matter unless we believe we can win in court if necessary.