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If you’ve decided to pursue a motor accident compensation claim then the extent of your benefits and ability to claim common law damages will be determined by the severity of your injuries.

Getting into a motor vehicle accident can be both dangerous and emotionally overwhelming, which is why it is important to avoid making some common mistakes when you need to handle this difficult si

Getting injured in a motor vehicle accident can happen to anyone.

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident then you may be eligible to make a CTP insurance claim to help support you with your loss of income, medical and treatment expenses.

Life after a car accident can be challenging, particularly if you have suffered from a physical or psychological injury.

Pain and suffering compensation for car accidents, also known as general damages or non-economic loss, is a lump sum payment awarded to individuals who have suffered serious physical and psychologi

Our client sustained psychiatric injuries when a vehicle crashed into his house causing severe damage to his property.  At the time of the incident he was at home with his family,

Our client, a young university student, was crossing the road when a motorbike rider traveling at speed collided with him.

Our client was injured when she was a passenger in a motor vehicle driven by her father. She was 10 years old at the time and suffered shock and neck pain due to the accident.

In 2016, our client was walking across the road when a motor vehicle struck her causing serious injuries.

Under the current CTP Scheme, all persons injured in a motor accident which are not at fault can claim for the following:

Pain and Suffering Compensation

What can I do if the other party is not insured or leaves the scene of a motor vehicle accident?