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Motor Vehicle Claims

Experienced a car accident injury? We specialise in road injury claims to get you the motor vehicle accident compensation you deserve. We’ll help you get you back on track physically, mentally and financially as soon as possible.

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Accident on the road

Whether you’re a driver, passenger or pedestrian, if you’ve suffered a car accident injury that wasn’t your fault you may be able to claim compensation.

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Advice you can trust

Accident Claims Lawyers has a team of expert legal professionals who specialise in car accident compensation, who can advise you on your claim and help you get the full amount you’re entitled to.

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No win, no fee

Our no-risk service means that if your case isn’t successful, you won’t have to pay a thing when working on a claim for car accident compensation.

Helping you on the road to recovery

Car accident compensation is there for those who have suffered unfairly and there is nothing fair about the traumatic experience of a car accident that wasn’t your fault. While no-one can erase the pain you experienced, you deserve some justice and support while you recover.

No matter the level of injury you’ve experienced, whether it’s property damage or personal injury, you could be entitled to motor vehicle accident compensation – whether to cover medical bills, loss of earnings or just consideration for everything you’ve been through.

Our leading team of personal injury lawyers will listen to your case and provide advice tailored to your circumstances, regardless of the vehicles involved, speed limit concerns or road fatalities.

Contact our team of legal professionals today and let us help fight your corner

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Why do I need a lawyer?

In circumstances where you can easily prove that a car accident wasn’t your fault, it is wise to appoint a team of experienced legal professionals who are on your side.

Do I have a claim?

Compensation may be available if you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident that wasn’t your fault. This will be specific to your case, depending on factors such as medical or care expenses, any loss of earnings you might suffer while recovering, or consideration for any pain and suffering you’ve experienced.

To make a claim we need to establish who was at fault in the original accident. In many cases this is not immediately obvious, but our legal team are experienced in analysing all available evidence and will support you in getting a fair answer.

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Initial advice is free

Even if you’re not sure whether you have a claim, or how much your case might be worth, get in touch for a free initial consultation. Our legal experts will listen to your side of the story, establish where fault lies and advise you on the amount of compensation you may be entitled to.

We can then provide everything you need to start the legal process and will support you throughout your claim.

Our team deals with thousands of road traffic accident cases every year and will work hard to ensure that you achieve the best possible financial, physical and psychological outcome for your claim. Contact us today for your free initial advice and find out how to get the compensation you are entitled to.

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Bethany Leddin

Bethany Leddin

I was admitted as a Lawyer in Victoria in 2016 working in Melbourne as a Personal Injury Lawyer. At the beginning of 2022 I made

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Relevant FAQs

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You are entitled to claim compensation for your injuries if you were not at fault for the accident. Examples include: Pain and suffering for most types of injuries including soft tissue injuries Past and future loss of earnings/loss of sick leave Past and future medical expenses Travel and out of pocket expenses Care and Assistance.

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Every vehicle in Western Australian (WA) has compulsory third party (or CTP) insurance as part of the Rego you pay. This covers the driver for injuries they may cause to other road users in Australia. The Insurance Commission of Western Australia (ICWA) manages the scheme and claims compensation for people who have been injured as a result of an accident that was not their fault.

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Personal Injury claims can be complex and become overwhelming when trying to navigate this yourself. Seeking legal advice after a motor vehicle accident will remove the level of stress you can experience when dealing with the Insurer. Your focus should be on your recovery and by having a lawyer support you with the claim we can prepare all the evidence required to move the claim along as quickly and smoothly as possible. If you are feeling uncertain on what your rights are when looking to claim for a personal Injury, please contact us at Accident Claims Lawyers. Our dedicated team will be more than happy to help you.

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