What is a Notice of Claim Under the QLD Personal Injury Proceedings Act?

A notice of claim is a form used to begin a personal injury claim under Queensland’s Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002. The form is used when an injured person claims for an injury that was not received because of a medical incident (non-healthcare related), such as an injury from a car accident, work accident, or a supermarket slip or fall.

The Notice of Claim is also known as a Part 1 Notice and is used to notify the respondent of the intention to make a claim within a certain time period. You can download the notice of claim form from the Queensland Department of Justice website.


Disclaimer – This is general information only and does not constitute legal advice. It is free to receive legal advice on your situation. Please get in touch with our experienced personal injury compensation lawyers for help understanding your legal rights and your free claim review. Call 1800 700 125 or email: claim@splattlawyers.com.au

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