Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyers in Brisbane | Car Accident Claims
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Motor Vehicle Accident

Motor vehicle accidents are common and can be extremely distressing, causing financial hardship. Brisbane Lawyers provides a full range of legal services for motor vehicle accidents claims. Claims may relate to a broad range of matters including lost income and in some cases major medical costs.

How to make a claim

Claims can be very complicated and lengthy. Many claimants, already under significant stress from injuries may experience additional problems, including medical costs, financial hardship, problems coping with daily personal needs and physical support issues. The best way to manage these issues is to get legal support and assistance in making a claim. You can pursue your claim through a negotiated settlement or through court action.

Negotiation is required for all claims prior to court action. It is often a more efficient way of claiming. Settlements of this kind can include all aspects, including ongoing costs. Choose Brisbane Lawyers for legal guidance through the negotiation process.

Court action is generally not required, with the majority of claims being settled through negotiation with the insurer. If you require representation and advice regarding court action, talk to our team. Brisbane Lawyers can generally finalise basic traffic accident claims in 12-18 months.

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Who can make a claim

If you were a driver, passenger or pedestrian involved in a motor vehicle accident, you may be able to make a claim for:

  • Permanent or temporary disability
  • Psychological stress and related medical conditions
  • Medical costs, including wheelchairs and in-house medical facilities
  • Continuing medical treatment, rehabilitation, physiotherapy, and similar considerations
  • Loss of income, future income, and/or career prospects
  • Additional related matters affecting you or your family
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