New South Wales Personal Injury Lawyers

The team at Bourke Legal are experts in all areas of compensation law in Queensland and New South Wales.  If you have been injured on the roads, at work, hurt on duty, or in a public place, look no further. Call us today!

Bourke Legal Compensation Lawyers

Have you been injured at work, on the roads, hurt on duty or in a public place? It’s likely that you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

At Bourke Legal, we know compensation law back to front.  Talk to us today about how we can help you get back on track!

Call us for a free, no-obligation consultation.

Workers’ Compensation

If you’ve suffered from a work-related injury or illness, everything can change in an instant. Our experienced Workers’ Compensation lawyers can assist you today.

Super & Disability Claims

If you have suffered an injury and cannot return to work, Bourke Legal can assist you in making a TPD and/or Superannuation Claim.

Public Liability

If you were injured in a public place, either through no fault of your own, or were partially to blame, you may be entitled to make a public liability claim.

Hurt on Duty

Bourke Legal gives emergency workers the support they deserve. If you are suffering from, diagnosed, or have been discharged caused by PTSD, please contact us immediately.

Meet Our Team

Need caring, expert assistance with injury lawyers specialising in Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle and Insurance Claims?

Bourke Legal are the only dedicated compensation law firm specialising in assisting locals in Northern NSW and Southern QLD with compensation claims.

​We’ll get you going again.

Recent Articles
How long do I have to bring a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

  In this podcast, Associate Melissa Arndell discusses the time limits in a workers' compensation claim. Q I have heard of people who have been unable to bring a claim for personal injury because they are “out of time”.  What does this mean?  A Dan, NSW legislation refers to certain periods of time, known as…

Knees knocking? How hurting one knee can hurt the other knee too

Have you suffered a knee injury at work and now also have pain and discomfort in your other knee? You’re not alone. This is something that happens to many injured people. It’s usually caused by the person favouring or protecting their injured knee, which leads to them walking on a lean (called altered walking gait)…

My Case Is Going to Mediation. What Should I Expect?

When you make a claim for Work Injury Damages, you will need to participate in a compulsory Mediation conference before you can move on to the next stage of your claim. Reaching the Mediation is exciting, but nerve-wracking, we know. It’s often the first real opportunity that you have during the process of making a…

My Case Is Going to Teleconference. What Should I Expect?

When you have a claim for workers' compensation, on occasion you will be involved in a dispute with the workers' compensation insurer. A dispute could be over lots of different things. You and the insurer might disagree about whether the insurer should pay for surgery, or whether you are entitled to claim weekly payments for…

How to Prepare for Your First Appointment

  In this podcast, Senior Associate Jessica Prasser discusses how to get the most out of your first consultation with a compensation lawyer. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to a Bourke Legal podcast. Dan Toombs: If you have suffered an injury at work in New South Wales, you undoubtedly will have lots of questions. In today's podcast,…

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