Country Roads: Bunbury, Busselton, Dunsborough, Margaret River and Albany | Kakulas Legal

According to WA Police there have been 58 people killed on our country roads and many more injured so far in this year. Last year, the region with the highest number of fatalities on the roads was the Great Southern, followed closely by the South West. The combination of long periods of driving, hazards such as animals on the roads and higher speed limits mean that many people are killed and seriously injured on our country roads every year.

Our main office is based in the Perth CBD, but we have had the pleasure of assisting many country people who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents or who have lost loved ones on the road. We are always happy to assist people from all over our great state who are in need of our help. In fact, in order to make it easier for our clients we travel to an office 5 minutes from Dunsborough (on Caves Road) in order to meet our clients face to face. In addition to this, we can conduct many of our interviews via the phone and of course now everyone can benefit from instantaneous communication through email or video calls (no more waiting 3 days for the mail to arrive!).

We are more than aware that the busy and dangerous roads around our states’ South West coastal strip mean that many people suffer serious or catastrophic injuries in this region. We assist clients in Bunbury, Busselton, Dunsborough, Margaret River, and Albany or anywhere in the South West Region. We can meet with you at our South West Office, your home or in hospital, speak to you on the phone or you can come into our office when you are in Perth. This is particularly convenient if you need to come up to Perth for medical treatment. We are less than a 5 minute walk from Royal Perth Hospital.

If you are in the Rockingham or Mandurah region you may want to meet with us at our Fremantle office rather than coming into the city.

We love meeting with people from all over our state and helping them with their claims against the Insurance Commission of WA. If you’re struggling with your claim or think that you need some advice, why not give us a call so we can discuss how we can help.

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