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Charity and Community Partnerships

Accident Claims Lawyers is committed to supporting our communities. We are passionate about making a difference. We support local charities and community hubs across Western Australia.

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Ronald McDonald House

A team from Accident Claims Lawyers will sacrifice sleep and brave blisters as part of a marathon effort to provide comfort to those regional families with a seriously ill or injured child in Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH).


WestCycle is the peak body for bike riding throughout Western Australia and a representative voice for all bike riders. 

Cancer Council

Raising money for Cancer Council Australia, an Australian based charity that works across every area of cancer, from research to prevention and support, the ACL Team completed 72 holes of golf in one day at the Araluen Golf Resort.

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Christmas Charity Drive for Ronald McDonald House Charities

On behalf of Accident Claims Lawyers Western Australia and Ronald McDonald House Charities Western Australia, we would like to thank everyone who has donated to our ACL Christmas Charity Drive.

The response has been overwhelming! In total we have donated over 70 gifts to the Ronald McDonald House WA and they are delighted.

We are so grateful for your care and generosity that will help WA families during the most difficult time of their lives. Christmas is a special time and sadly, for many children, they will spend it in hospital for critical illness treatment or from serious accidents. 

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Founded in 1974 in Philadelphia, USA, Ronald McDonald House Charities began with a single-minded and powerful goal: to provide a House where the families of children in hospital could get some rest away from the ward.

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Giving seriously ill children the best gift of all – their families. 


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