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
The Basics of Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Insurance Claims

For many of us, a serious workplace injury is one of the nightmare scenarios we dread most. Not only are you trying to recover from an injury, but you’re also losing income while you do so. How do you support your family and pay your medical bills if you can no longer work? TPD insurance… Read More »The Basics of Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Insurance Claims

My Claim Has Been Approved! Now What? How Workers’ Compensation Claims Work in NSW

You were injured at work, you filed a workers’ compensation claim, and your claim has been approved. This is an important first step towards getting the compensation you deserve for your injury; but once your claim is approved, your work has only just begun. Workers’ compensation claims require ongoing management throughout your recovery process. Read on… Read More »My Claim Has Been Approved! Now What? How Workers’ Compensation Claims Work in NSW

What To Do If You Have a Slip and Fall

A slip and fall can happen anywhere, but often occurs in a public place like a shopping centre, supermarket, a restaurant, a pub, or a café. It’s easy to think that a slip and fall won’t cause significant injury, but that is often not the case. A slip and fall generally occurs when the person… Read More »What To Do If You Have a Slip and Fall

What Does Exempt Worker mean?

In NSW, major changes were made to the workers compensation scheme in amendments to the Workers Compensation Act 1987 in 2012, and again in 2015. An “exempt worker” describes those classes of worker to whom these changes do not apply. An exempt worker, being a worker who is exempt from the amendments, is a person who is employed… Read More »What Does Exempt Worker mean?

Returning to work after a work related injury? Here’s 5 hot tips to ensure you get the most out of your claim.

The NSW workers compensation scheme is complicated, particularly if you fall within the class of workers affected by the 2012 amendments to the Workers Compensation Act 1987. If you’re not sure whether this is you (a work related injury) or not, you will be in that class if you are not a Paramedic, a Firefighter or a Police Officer.… Read More »Returning to work after a work related injury? Here’s 5 hot tips to ensure you get the most out of your claim.

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