Emergency transport from the crash scene to a hospital
Emergency treatment at a public or private hospital.
Home visits after you are discharged from hospital.
Visits to your family doctor and specialist, and pathology tests.
Medical imaging required to diagnose your injuries, such as x-ray, CT/CAT scans, MRI and ultrasound.
Medicine prescribed by your doctor and provided by a pharmacist.
Equipment hire or purchase that your health professional recommends for your crash injury, such as crutches.
Teeth to be restored if they were damaged in the crash.
Repair or replacement of certain aids damaged in your crash like glasses, hearing aids, mobility aids or dentures.
Rehabilitation services that are required, such as working with a physiotherapist on a return to work program.
Physiotherapy, massage, chiropractic, podiatry, optometry, osteopathy and psychology.
Household support services
Services like housekeeping and gardening, while you recover from your injuries.
Cost of travelling to and from medical and other appointments that you have to attend for your accident injuries.
Compensation for your loss of capacity to earn for the period you are unable to work due to your injuries from the crash including interim payments to avoid unnecessary hardship on you and your family.
Compensation for pain and suffering and other general damages (non-pecuniary) arising from your crash, including compensation for loss of amenities of life, loss of enjoyment of life, curtailment of life expectation, and bodily or mental harm.
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.