Wyatts Compensation Lawyers have an outstanding record of achieving positive outcomes for clients. While most cases are settled out of court, Wyatts have a strong history of representing clients at all levels of the legal system, from local courts to the High Court.
Below are three landmark cases that illustrate our success:
Grace Wang’s Catastrophic Epidural Injury
In a tragic case of medical negligence during the birth of her son, Grace Wang was administered antiseptic rather than anaesthetic while receiving an epidural. As a consequence, Grace acquired nerve damage that has left her in constant pain and has rendered her paralysed from the waist down. She was unable to hold and care for her son; and her husband, Jason Zheng, has had to care for Grace. Ultimately, the Chinese-Australian family have endured a great deal of psychological distress caused by this catastrophic epidural injury.
Neville Wyatt and the Wyatts legal team achieved a successful compensation claim for Grace Wang and her family. Subsequently, they have been able to move into a new home equipped to support the needs of the family. Read more about Grace Wang’s experience in this Sydney Morning Herald article.
Successful Judgement in Favor of Our Client
Earlier in 2018, Wyatts represented four sisters who brought proceedings in tort against their biological father for historical child sexual assault claims. These matters were complex and confrontational as they detailed sexual and physical abuse sustained by the plaintiffs on an almost weekly basis from 1970 to the early 1980s. Once we obtained judgment the matters were assessed in the District Court of New South Wales with a combined judgment of more than $2.8 million.
B Watson vs Chief of Army
Wyatts achieved a victory for their client, B Watson, at a Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal. The successful appeal resulted in the overturning of a conviction and sentence previously imposed by the Defence Force Magistrate. In addition to the appeal success, Wyatts claimed legal costs for the client from the Chief of Army.
For more information, please view the full case study.
Mediation with the Commonwealth of Australia
Solicitor Director Julie Wyatt successfully represented members of the Royal Australian Air Force in 30 mediations against the Commonwealth of Australia. These complex mediations, commonly referred to as the deseal/reseal cases, sought to achieve compensation for significant injuries sustained by servicemen and women as a consequence of toxic chemical exposure while working on the F-111 aircraft.
Julie achieved an unheard of 100% success rate in obtaining compensation for these workplace injuries, and consequently, she has been pivotal in significantly changing the lives of these plaintiffs.
Not Just Winners, BIG Winners!
Wyatts achieves record compensation payouts for clients. Our team works tirelessly towards achieving the best outcomes for clients.
We Listen. We Care
Contact us today to secure your future.
Why Choose Wyatts
- We will listen to you because we care
- We will provide a personalised, attentive and caring service
- We will treat you with dignity and respect
- We will work tirelessly so that you achieve your best outcome
- We will treat you as more than a “case number”
- Four offices in the Sydney CBD, Parramatta, Liverpool and Rockdale
- We have a multilingual team with an in-house Mandarin speaker
- In-home consultation – If you are unable to travel, we will come to you!!
- A free initial consultation for all workers compensation claims
- Wyatts offers a No Win, No Fee policy for all compensation matters
Our Practice Areas
- Compensation Law
- Business and Corporate Advice
- Wills and Estate Planning
- Family Law
- Mediation and Dispute Resolution
Importantly, our team is dedicated to providing you with a personalised and compassionate service – because we understand the challenges you face. With this in mind, our lawyers will work with commitment and resolve to achieve your best possible outcome.
For the third year running, Wyatts are proud sponsors of the 2017 Social Work in Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit Forum.