Any person or persons involved in a car crash, whether they were driving, a passenger, a pedestrian, operator of a non-standard vehicle (bicycle, truck, etc.) will generally have 28 days to launch their car accident notification claim, while Personal Injury and Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident claims have a statute of limitations within six months of the incident.
These timeframes aren’t set in stone. In many cases, the court will grant an extension due to extenuating circumstances, such as grievous injuries or incapacitation.
The latter is for people whose injuries and recovery costs total or exceed $5,000, and is the result of another party’s negligence.
If you need help or advice about timeframes and eligibility, we can help. One call to us is all it takes to find out where you stand. Our lawyers handle motor accident claims on a daily basis so contact us today.
The number to call is 1800 106 107. All calls are free, and you’ll be under no obligation to make a claim with us when you call.
The compensation is meted out by the negligent party’s insurance or the relevant CTP insurance commission such as the ICWA or Transport Accident Commission (TAC). If you were involved in a hit and run or in an accident with an uninsured driver, the relevant CTP insurance commission will provide compensation provided your claim is successful.
The team at Australian Accident Helpline work hard to process your claim and achieve a successful outcome.
Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for victims of car accidents that missed the claims deadline.
If you think that you might have missed the claims deadline we still might be able to help.
We are one of Australia’s top personal injury claims management companies. We have a national team of lawyers and hire consultants so no matter where your accident took place, we can help you make a claim and provide you with a no-charge hire car while yours gets fixed.