When you call us, an assessment will be performed based on your individual circumstances to find out whether you qualify for No Win, No Payment.
If you are eligible, you will be able to make your claim without having to pay any upfront legal fees.
However, before you sign any paperwork your lawyer will discuss, in detail the following things with you:
- The likeliness of your claim being successful
- Recent motor vehicle accident compensation payouts
- How much your claim could be worth
- Legal fees and other expenses
- How long your claim will take to settle
This way there will be no hidden surprises.
We will then leave it up to yourself to make the decision as to whether claiming compensation is right for you or not. If you decide that it is, and you want to make your claim with us, our lawyers will get the ball rolling and legal proceedings will commence.
We will always keep you updated as your claim progresses so that you will never feel like you have been left in the dark. If you require clarification regarding your legal matter at any time, we are just one free phone call away.
Our motor vehicle accident lawyers have negotiated hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation with compulsory third Party insurers. In fact, our experts deal with insurance providers on a daily basis.
Timeframe and eligibility
Please note, that claims for injuries suffered in motor vehicle accidents have strict limits. For this reason, you should seek legal advice regarding your situation at the earliest opportunity to ensure you don’t lose your right to compensation.
Each state has their own rules and regulations, however, all claims should be made as soon as practically possible. In some states, drivers and pedestrians involved in such accidents have as little as 28 days to launch their accident notification claim. Passengers who have been involved in accidents should also follow this requirement.
The best way to know for sure is to call Australian Accident Helpline for free impartial advice.
Personal injury and fatal accidents have a statute of limitations within six months of the incident, but this can be extended.
Please don’t worry if you believe you have left it too late to take legal action because in many cases our lawyers have been able to persuade the courts to grant an extension. However, we can only do this if your accident was the result of another party’s negligence. If your unsure about timeframes or anything else regarding your matter you can call our experts free on 1800 106 107.
Our years of experience will ensure you get the compensation and apology you deserve.