If you have been injured in a road accident in NSW, you may be eligible to claim compensation, including weekly payments, medical expenses and possibly a lump sum payment at the conclusion of the matter for your loss of earnings and at times, the pain and suffering you have endured.
Statutory benefits can generally be claimed and include reasonable and necessary treatment and care expenses in relation to the accident, and weekly payments if you have suffered a loss of earnings or earning capacity. In the extremely unfortunate scenario where the death of a person results from a motor accident then statutory benefits may also be payable for reasonable funeral expenses as well as nervous shock or compensation to relatives.
Depending on the circumstances of the accident, there are some restrictions and limitations on statutory benefits for motor accident injuries. Call our team today for a free initial consultation to
discuss your motor accident claim.
CTP claims have some very strict time limits that apply to them, requiring the reporting of the claim to the police, lodging of a claim and so forth in specific time intervals. Contact us today, to avoid
falling foul of time limit requirements. People who have sustained more serious injuries (now called not threshold injuries) and who are not wholly at fault may be able to claim common law damages.
Call our team today for a free initial consultation to discuss your motor accident claim and your potential eligibility to claim damages.