Littles is a national law firm which practices exclusively in personal injury litigation.
At Littles, we ensure each and every client is receiving strategic, timely and tailored advice so that you know your case is important to us.
At Littles, we ensure all litigation is handled by our lawyers in conjunction with one of our partners, from start to finish.
At Littles, we want to truly understand your circumstances and will work with you to achieve the best possible result.
Littles is not like other law firms.
Personal injury litigation requires lawyers to understand their clients; and while we will never understand the pain you experience, we guarantee that we will do our part by getting the results you deserve.
Our lawyers are not overloaded with files. This allows our lawyers to maintain constant communication with you; and you are always informed, heard and respected.
not support staff
At Littles, every case is under the conduct of one of our experienced lawyers, not support staff. We handle your case individually, with every step being thought through by lawyers, rather than following factory line protocol.
not big advertising budgets
Unlike most personal injury firms, we attract the majority of our work from previous clients who believe in our brand.
We are not affiliated with unions and we don't have television advertisements or billboards. Instead, we rely on our reputation forged from the service we provide and the outcomes we deliver.
We have dedicated teams who specialise in Motor Vehicle Accidents in each state, ensuring your case is handled by experts close to you.
Our Workplace Accident team operate exclusively within the WorkCover jurisdiction. We have lawyers with significant construction and industrial experience, providing our clients with a superior advantage over employers' law firms.
In addition to our WorkCover and Motor Vehicle Accident teams, we have dedicated lawyers who run claims which arise out of the Trade Practice Act 1974, Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002.