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    If you are pondering how to go about instituting a claim, you have come to the right place. Years of experience in personal injury claims, car accident claims, workers compensation and every other type of compensation claim in Sydney and the rest of Australia, has given us the knowledge and experience to know what you should and should not do. 

    Here at Marocchi Law, we see how an incident can alter someone’s life forever. A poor decision can make the situation worse. Once you accept an offer, you may sign away your entitlement to any future compensation, should the need for it arise. 

    Before you accept any offers of settlement from the negligent party, their lawyers or insurance company, speak to Marocchi Law.

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    Once you have spoken to Marocchi Law, we will handle the entire process. We will explain all the different aspects to you, and talk you through every step.

    1.Free, no-obligation case assessment

    We will sit with you and discuss the merits of your case. We will hear out the circumstances surrounding the incident, review your evidence, and if we are confident that we can win your claim, we will take on your case.

    2. Calculating your personal injury compensation settlement

    Compensation is calculated differently, depending on your individual circumstances and the type of claim. In simple terms, a monetary value is estimated based on the gap between what would’ve been your predicted life path before the incident, and your predicted life path as a result of the incident. Some of the factors that are usually considered in a compensation claim, include:

    • Loss of, or damage to property.
    • Medical expenses.
    • Professional expenses.
    • Financial loss.
    • Loss of earnings.
    • Physical pain and suffering.
    • Psychological pain and suffering.

    Here at Marocchi Law, we generally work on a no-win, no-fee basis, which means that you don’t have to worry about paying legal fees until the case has been won.

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    The amount varies based on several factors unique to each case. It's recommended to consult a personal injury lawyer for a more personalised assessment.
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