Motor vehicle accident injuries can be very serious.
Drivers of motor vehicles have a duty of care to other road users including drivers, passengers, pedestrians & cyclists. Driving too fast, failing to give way or keep a look proper look out, driving without due care, and losing control of a vehicle are all examples of drivers breaching their duty of care.
It is essential that we know as much as possible about the circumstances of your accident. That way we can give you detailed advice about any claim you can make arising out of the accident.
Our experienced compensation lawyers can assist you with:
- Evaluating your claim
- Collecting important information including details of other vehicles involved (and their insurance details), hospital receipts, medication, etc
- Explanation of police reports
- Contacting the insurance companies involved on your behalf
In South Australia, a compulsory third party (CTP) insurance scheme covers victims of accidents. Every registered vehicle is part of this scheme and claims for personal injury are made against the CTP insurer of a negligent driver.
We can negotiate with the insurer to make sure that your claim is dealt with efficiently and ensure you are compensated for everything you are entitled to.