Motor Vehicle Accidents

If you’ve sustained injuries from a motor vehicle accident in Queensland, our lawyers are here to help you understand and exercise your legal rights. Whether your injury involves cars, motorcycles, buses, trucks, quad bikes, or occurred while you were a pedestrian or cyclist, you may be eligible to make a Compulsory Third Party (CTP) claim.

We recognise that financial concerns, especially when you’re unable to work, can be overwhelming. To alleviate this stress, our lawyers work on a No Win / No Fee basis. This means you won’t owe us any legal fees unless we successfully resolve your claim. To ease you further, our fees are subject to 50/50 rule, this ensures that our firm cannot charge you more than 50% of your net settlement sum.

Unsure? Give us a call and we’ll guide you the right way. You won’t be charged by calling us. 


Most frequent questions and answers

No. We offer free initial consultation. You don’t need to pay us anything until your matter settles. 

If you don’t think you’ve caused the accident to happen, you may be entitled to claim. 

You may be entitled to recover damages for your pain and suffering, past and future medical expenses, rehabilitative treatments, loss of wages, loss of future work capacity (also known as future economic loss), superannuation, care and assistance. 

Unfortunately we cannot give you an estimation until your matter is thoroughly assessed. Every case is unique and requires assessment based on all available medical and other evidence. 

It is important to note that Compulsory Third Party insurance are different to Comprehensive Third Party insurance. Most people are generally confused between the two. Compulsory Third Party insurance does not cover damages to your vehicle. However we are more than happy to assist you in claiming your vehicle’s loss.

Each and every case is different and unique in their own way. Generally your injuries can only be assessed when it is stationary and stable. Most soft tissue injuries stablise in 10 – 12 months. Serious injuries however, may take longer to recover. 

Most matters resolve in between 6 – 18 months.

95% of matters resolve at settlement conference, or within short period of time following the conference. Your lawyer will advise you whether your matter should proceed to court and the associated costs and risks. 

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