At Kingston Swift Lawyers, we provide a range of other services for clients in Port Stephens, Nelson Bay and Tanilba Bay whose needs fall under a more unique branch of legal advice or support.
Whether you need help with licensing (including liquor licensing), personal injury law or rural issues, our highly-trained, professional and experienced team of lawyers will work with you to tailor an efficient and timely solution for your legal matters.
For help with any of these legal issues, contact our team to book an appointment or talk with one of our lawyers today.
At Kingston Swift lawyers, we assist clients in Port Stephens, Nelson Bay, Tanilba Bay and surrounding areas with law matters relating to licensing and regulatory requirements, including:
Our lawyers have several years’ experience working with clients who need help with licensing issues and can provide an efficient, tailored and cost-effective solution to any problems you may have.
Contact our friendly team today to book an appointment or talk with one of our professional lawyers about your licensing issues.
Personal Injury Law
For assistance or advice with personal injury law, the professional team at Kingston Swift Lawyers is here to help. Our accredited specialists in personal injury law, Chris Kingston and Mario Bechelli provide tailored solutions for clients across Port Stephens, Nelson Bay, Tanilba Bay and surrounding areas.
The Legal Professional Amendment (Advertising) Regulation 2005 and the Work Compensation Amendment (Advertising) Regulation 2005 severely restricts lawyers advertising personal injury and work injury services.
The professional and highly-trained team at Kingston Swift Lawyers is available to provide tailored help with all rural issues as they relate to law. We service clients across Port Stephens, Nelson Bay, Tanilba Bay and surrounding areas.
We can work with you and your other rural advisers to find solutions for issues involving:
Contact us today to book an appointment or discuss your rural issues with one of our highly-trained lawyers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Rural issues are any legal issues relevant to rural practitioners and clients.
Personal injury is defined as any injury to the body, emotions or mind, as differentiated from injury to property.
Approximately 80% of claims are settled before the commencement of legal proceedings, although if claims are in dispute, cases may last several months or years.
Yes, under Australian law it is possible to claim personal injury damages during any work-related activity, including driving (except in Western Australia).
A liquor licence is a government-issued permit allowing businesses or individuals to manufacture, store or sell alcoholic beverages.