Help when you need it most.
We know that if you or a loved one is diagnosed with an asbestos related disease; such as mesothelioma or asbestosis, you will have a lot on your mind. The prospect of embarking on a legal case is probably very daunting. Our job is to take the stress out of it for you.
We can arrange for you to meet with a lawyer at home or at hospital – wherever you are most comfortable.
Here at Gordon Legal, our lawyers have decades of experience guiding our clients and their families through this challenging time by leading with compassion, understanding and the expertise needed to get results.
Choosing an experienced asbestos lawyer is critical. These claims have time limits and requirements that your lawyer needs to know and act on to protect your case.
We can help you make your claim for compensation on a No-Win No-Fee basis.
Chat to one of our friendly staff today to find out more.
How can we can help you?
When faced with an asbestos disease diagnosis, your life can get turned upside down. Understandably, legal proceedings may be the last thing you wish to deal with.
Here at Gordon Legal, we believe in making this process as easy as it can possibly be. Achieving financial compensation is something meaningful you can do to achieve a sense of justice for yourself and your family in this incredibly difficult time.
It is really important that you lodge a claim as quickly as possible – strict time limitations apply to this area of the law.
Asbestos law is highly specialised. Our expert lawyers can help you navigate the system; take care of your case from start to finish, explain to you the steps that are involved and fight to achieve compensation as quickly as possible
Call us on 1800 21 22 23 and talk to a lawyer today.
Victoria’s most experienced Asbestos team
Peter Gordon’s accomplishments in asbestos-related compensation claims have made both headlines and history. At Gordon Legal, we’re proud to have one of the pioneers behind the no-win no-fee option for dust diseases litigation on our team.
In 1985 he achieved the first successful mesothelioma damages verdict in Australia. Watch the video where Peter talks about his landmark win.
Since that time, in over 2000 successful claims, Peter’s tireless work has reshaped the legal landscape around asbestos claims. He has achieved several firsts in the fight for justice for victims of asbestos diseases, and continues to advocate for speedy justice for afflicted clients.
He remains as passionate now as he was then about the rights of asbestos disease sufferers.
Victoria Keays is an accredited specialist in personal injury law with a particular interest in asbestos litigation.
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I was exposed in multiple places. How do I know where to bring my claim?
How long will an asbestos compensation claim take?
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Peter is one of Australia’s most prominent class action lawyers. He has an unrivalled record of fighting for justice for working people, and has conducted many history-making class action cases, as well as a large number of individual actions. He established Gordon Legal to provide an unprecedented legal service to those who need it most.
Victoria is an accredited specialist in personal injury law with a particular interest in asbestos litigation. Victoria has over 10 years’ experience in representing those suffering from all forms of asbestos diseases; including mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis and asbestos related pleural disease. Victoria is also passionate about achieving compensation for those afflicted by other occupational diseases, such as silicosis and occupational lung cancer. Victoria has represented clients in a number of jurisdictions around Australia and has been recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a leading lawyer in the area of Dust Diseases.
Tess Dickie is an experienced personal injury lawyer with a background in Asbestos and Dust Diseases and WorkCover litigation. She is passionate about fighting for the right compensation for sufferers of asbestos and dust diseases including mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis, asbestos related pleural disease and silicosis. Tess also has a particular interest in the emerging area of WorkCover compensation claims for sufferers of non-asbestos occupational diseases and cancers, having secured compensation for workers with silicosis, lung cancer, asthma, byssinosis and leukaemia. Tess’s combined experience in WorkCover and lung disease compensation makes her the optimal choice of lawyer for silicosis claims under the Victorian WorkCover scheme. Tess joined Gordon Legal in 2019, having worked in plaintiff personal injury law for almost 10 years. Tess has been recognised in the prestigious Doyle’s Guide as a “Leading Lawyer – Asbestos & Dust Diseases Compensation Lawyers (Plaintiff) Victoria 2021”. Tess is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria, Australian Lawyers Association, the Mornington Peninsula Lawyers Association and Asbestos Council of Victoria/GARDS.
How to get started
Once you have contacted us, we will organise for you to speak with an experienced lawyer who will go the distance with you and your claim.
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