One of our core cultural values is, “precision of law, language, and timing to maximise favourable outcomes”.
If you’re thinking you may need to act on a legal matter, whether you’ve received an unexpected letter of demand, experienced a sudden legal event or someone has wronged you in some way, time limitations likely apply.
In Queensland, the statute of limitations is the Limitation of Actions Act 1974, something we don’t expect you to read, but once the cause of action arises or accrues, the clock starts ticking.
“We reached out to Gibbs Wright Litigation Lawyers for urgent assistance for an unexpected property legal matter that was very complex and unique. Mitchell Caldwell and Melany Dowse listened to what had occurred and provided advice and legal action that turned our crazy situation into positive new beginnings. It was a difficult journey and we are extremely appreciative of their support, guidance and expertise that led to positive results.” — Rachel Olorenshaw
You may be tempted to delay taking legal action against or defend against demands received, and while we can’t force you to make a booking with us, we urge you to seek legal counsel soon.