Property Damage Insurance Lawyers Cairns

Locally owned and operated property accident lawyers


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You may be entitled to compensation if you have sustained property damage as a result of:

  • An accident on the road;
  • A fire;
  • Construction work; or
  • Any other cause.

If your vehicle, house, boat, or any other property covered by insurance is damaged, you are most likely entitled to compensation. This is regardless of whether a third party was responsible.

Where a third party is responsible, we can help you claim compensation from the person (or their insurer) who caused the damage.

Claiming compensation for property loss or damage must be done within a specific time limit. So, it is important to speak to an experienced insurance claim lawyer.

If you have suffered damage to your property, please contact our Cairns compensation lawyers for a no-obligation initial claim assessment.

Your free consultation for property damage claims

During your free consultation, we will assess the incident or accident that damage your property. Our team can advise you on whether you have the right to compensation from a third party or their insurer. If you are entitled to claim compensation, we will guide you through the process to make it as smooth as possible.

For details on property accident claims, check our FAQs or speak with our compensation lawyers for more information.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is needed to make a property damage claim?

Our lawyers can help you make a claim if you have been in an accident or incident that damaged your property. We recommend taking photos of any damage as soon as possible. If the incident involved the police, it is necessary to have a copy of the police report. The police report should include details of the accident and the parties involved.

If you have not yet received quotes for repairs, restoration, or replacement of your damaged property, we recommend you seek out several quotes for comparison as soon as possible. This is also a good opportunity to check timeframes and gather any additional information from the repair specialists that may assist you with your claim.

My insurance claim was rejected, what can I do?

If your insurance provider has rejected your claim and you believe you are entitled to a claim, please seek legal advice from one of our expert lawyers. Each policy is different, depending on your insurer and the cover you selected at the start of the policy. We will provide advice specifically for your policy and situation. This will ensure that you receive accurate and timely guidance.

How long does a property damage compensation claim take?

Our property damage lawyers will advise you on the best course of action, depending on your individual circumstances. Our aim is to resolve the situation as quickly and smoothly as possible, reducing stress and giving you the peace of mind that you are in safe hands. Please call one of our lawyers for a free initial claim assessment.

What happens if a tradesman or woman causes damage to my property?

If someone causes damage to your property, whether they are working for you or a neighbour, you could be entitled to claim compensation. Generally, most contractors will have public liability insurance, which covers them financially for any compensation they may owe you for repairing or replacing the damage to your property.

My claim settlement was less than I expected, do I have to accept it?

If you have submitted a claim and the insurance company has provided an unfair settlement, it is important to speak to an expert insurance claim lawyer.

While insurance companies are required to pay for damaged property, you may struggle to secure a fair settlement. Our team will assess your claim and the costs for repairs, restoration or replacement to ensure you receive a fair settlement.

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