Law Firm in Adelaide and Regional South Australia
We have provided legal services to South Australians for 75 years.
Johnston Withers Lawyers and Conveyancers is an Adelaide law firm which has been serving Adelaide and regional South Australia since 1946. We have a proud history of ensuring everyone has fair access to the law. Our difference is our approach: we think outside the square and provide practical advice. Whilst we know the law, we don’t just give you the obvious legal pathway. We pride ourselves on looking at the big picture and giving you the options and tools to reach your own solution.
We are also a client-focused Adelaide law firm which understands that to be good lawyers you need to build strong relationships. As such, all of our lawyers invest the time to really understand your needs and what it is that you would like to achieve with our assistance. We know that our clients like what we do because they use our services again and again and refer Johnston Withers Lawyers Adelaide to their friends, families and colleagues.
So, whether you have been injured, are involved in a dispute, need to make a monetary claim, are having problems at work, have been charged with a criminal offence, need to deal with property or other transactions, have family law issues or are thinking about estate planning, we can work with you and your other advisers – be they accountants, financial planners, doctors or bankers – to guide you through the legal processes.
- Free initial appraisal*
- We provide fee information upfront to avoid any billing surprises
- No win, no fee offered on personal injury claims*
- Adelaide law firm with local knowledge and expertise
- Regional offices in Whyalla, Port Augusta, Roxby Downs, Murray Bridge and Clare
- Specialists in electronic conveyancing and document registration
The legal services we offer
Johnston Withers Lawyers and Conveyancers is a full service, Adelaide law firm with expertise and industry knowledge spanning across all of the following areas of law:
Workers Compensation Claims Australia – Common Questions
You may be entitled to a claim for compensation and other benefits under the Return to Work Act 2014 (SA) if you have suffered an injury or illness arising out of or in the course of your employment and your employment was a significant contributing cause of that injury/illness.
In this video, Worker’s Compensation Lawyer, Dominic Nasone answers frequently asked Worker’s Compensation questions.