I’ve just been involved in a motor vehicle accident – what should I keep a record of?

Being in involved in a motor vehicle accident can be a terrifying and stressful experience. If you are able and can safely do so, recording as much information about how the accident occurred and its consequences, will be beneficial long term. Records to keep after a motor vehicle accident… Consider the following: Photograph and/or video record […]

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I was a passenger in a car accident with a drunk driver, will this affect my personal injury claim?

Drunk driving poses serious risks for the driver, their passengers, other motorists, cyclists and pedestrians alike. If you are a passenger who sustained injuries in a motor vehicle accident where a drunk driver was involved, you can lodge a claim against the driver at fault. Should your claim be accepted, you may receive rehabilitation for […]

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Fatal claims: I have lost a loved one due to an accident. Where to from here?

When a person dies as a consequence of a motor vehicle accident, assault, medical negligence, accident in a public place, work-related event or latent onset of an injury, ‘fatal claims’ (aka ‘death dependency claims’) can be made by their family or dependents. The legislation surrounding fatal claims Part 10 Civil Proceedings Act 2011 (Qld) and section 66 Succession […]

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