Helping you get justice
Our team of expert compensation lawyers based in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast will work relentlessly on your behalf to pursue justice and seek a fair result. Here’s just a few of the great people ready to help you.
Principal & Founder
When I was 18, I was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident that gravely threatened my career and my lifestyle. From that moment I truly understood what it felt like to face tough challenges. This exceptionally life-changing experience gave me the courage and inspiration to help others, which has transpired into a life-long dedication to pursue justice for those that are hurt by the careless actions of other people.
Bookkeeper and Senior Administration
Reception and Administration
Social Media and Content Marketing Specialist
Would refer a friend
Clients out of pocket
We Get to Know You
We know that each case is unique, which is why we take the time to really get to know you and understand your individual circumstances. Our experienced team are here to walk you through the legal process and guide you every step of the way, so you know that you are not alone.
Truly Risk-Free Promise
Unlike most ‘no win, no fee’ law firms, we offer a truly risk-free promise. Insist on our ‘No Win. No Fee. No Catch’® promise. With nearly all of our competitors, you may have to pay the other side’s legal fees and expenses if your case loses in court. Unless we win your case, you won’t pay us or anyone else a cent – even if it goes to court and you lose. You’re protected by Smith’s.
No Risks or Upfront Costs
Get expert advice today.
Check your rights & entitlements. Request a free case review with our Principal Greg Smith today via the form below or call 1800 266 801.
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