Compensation Lawyer Serving Campbelltown, Camden, Leppington, Liverpool & Sydney

Have you suffered injury or loss as a result of someone else's actions?

If so, you could be entitled to compensation. Marsdens' Injury Compensation Department has helped thousands of ordinary Australians receive the compensation they deserve. With a legal team including NSW Accredited Specialists in Personal Injury Law, the Marsdens Injury Compensation Department represents clients in cases of all sizes and complexity in all areas of Injury Compensation Law including arising from:

Marsdens has a long and proud history of more than 50 years of assisting people just like you to achieve peace of mind. This is through our diligent case preparation and attention to detail, which reduces your stress and anxiety, allowing you to focus on your recovery while we take care of your claim.

Seeking legal advice can be daunting. At Marsdens we believe that everyone ought to be encouraged to find out what their legal rights are. We will discuss the issues with you and provide you with an indication of the fees for acting for you. Take advantage of our free first interview and make an enquiry today, click here to contact us.

Call us today on 02 4626 5077 or contact us here.

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Team

Meet our Compensation Injury team.

Joe Bonura

Joe Bonura

Partner

Accredited Specialist - Personal Injury Law

Joe is the Partner in charge of the Injury Compensation Department and has been with Marsdens since 1995. Since joining Marsdens he has worked exclusively in the Injury Compensation Department. Joe and his Team provide assistance in relation to all a...
Tess Danjoux

Tess Danjoux

Senior Associate

Accredited Specialist - Personal Injury Law

Tess has been an integral part of our Injury Compensation Department since starting at Marsdens in 2002. She has gained a high level of experience in all areas of Personal Injury, including Motor Vehicle Accident Claims, Total and Permanent Disableme...
Sebastian Cannavo

Sebastian Cannavo

Solicitor

Sebastian is a Solicitor in our Injury Compensation Department, working alongside Partners, Joe Bonura and Tess Danjoux. He acts in all areas of personal injury and compensation law.Sebastian completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of International...
Monique Celi

Monique Celi

Solicitor

Monique is a solicitor in our Injury Compensation Department, working alongside Partner, Joe Bonura, and Senior Associate, Tess Danjoux. Since joining Marsdens, Monique has gained a broad range of experience across all areas of Personal Injury Litiga...
Nikolina Kocorep

Nikolina Kocorep

Solicitor

Nikolina is a Solicitor in our Injury Compensation Department working alongside Joe Bonura, Partner and Tess Danjoux, Senior Associate. Nikolina graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Laws in 2016 and holds a Graduate Diploma in...

FAQ

What am I entitled to?

The amount of compensation you are entitled to depends on the type of claim that you are making but can include pain and suffering, loss of income, treatment expenses and domestic assistance/ personal care.  There are many other types of damages. We can assist you to ensure that your claim includes all available compensation. 

Are there any time limits?

Many areas of compensation law require proceedings to be commenced within 3 years from the date your cause of action was discoverable. If proceedings are not commenced within the 3 year limitation period you may not be able to commence or maintain proceedings. If you are concerned that your claim may fall outside the 3 year limitation period, we strongly recommend that you obtain legal advice without delay.

What are the legal costs?

At Marsdens we conduct compensation claims, on a no win/no pay basis. This means that you do not pay our legal fees for the time spent preparing your case until the conclusion of the matter and then only if your claim is successful. 

Why do I need a Solicitor?

It is always advantageous to have a solicitor review your claim. A solicitor will handle the day to day carriage of the matter, leaving you to concentrate on the recovery process.