Articles about Queensland Personal Injury and Insurance Issues from Denes Lawyers – Servicing clients in Greater Springfield and Brisbane

These articles have been written for Queensland residents who may have suffered injury in a car accident, slip and fall, work accident or in some other situation. We work hard to bring you fresh, free, useful information that may be relevant to your claim. If you don’t find the answer to your question, call us on (07) 3063 2268 and we will be happy to assist.

Car Accident On The Way To Work
Find out how to claim car insurance and workcover at the same time
Pain And Suffering How Much Payout Can You Get
How Much Payout Can You Get for Pain and Suffering? Read Our Plain English Guide Including our $89,500 example
Independent Medical Examination
What Is an Independent Medical Examination and how do you prepare for it?
COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance
Two small businesses are seeking insurance payout for income loss caused by the government shutdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
AFL Veteran Recieves Insurance Payout
AFL veteran Shaun Smith recently received a $1.4 million payout from his insurance company for “concussion” injury suffered during his AFL career.
Identity Theft Soars during COVID-19
When the nation raced to move our work, socialising and personal admin tasks all online, scammer saw this as an opportunity.
Injured While Working from Home (During Covid-19)
Whilst working from home due to COVID-19, on your lunch break, you hurt yourself while running. Can you get workers’ compensation?
Were You Bitten by a Dog in Queensland?
Although dogs are a “man’s best friend” unfortunately sometimes they can cause pretty significant injuries.
Safety Issues for Motorcyclists
Things motorcyclists can do now (i.e. before an accident happens) to protect themselves against potential consequences of a crash.
Will WorkCover Look After Me If I Suffer Injury on My Way to Work?
Will your wages be paid by WorkCover for any injuries suffered on your way to/from work? Here is the general rule surrounding this case.