Pedestrians injured in a motor vehicle accident often need assistance in investigating will the precise circumstances of an accident in order to attribute fault to an at-fault vehicle. They also need expert help in formulating the components of the damages claim including loss of future earning capacity so as to ensure the compensation demand delivered to the insurer reflects each and every loss that pertains to their circumstances. Injured pedestrians should contact an expert as quickly as possible after the accident, to protect their interests. Beware of insurance representatives who claim to be acting in your best interests.
CTP insurers have their balance sheet and shareholders dividends in mind when they are dealing with your injury claim. Their task is to minimise the amount they pay to you for damages. They will do this by creating the impression the accident was your fault at least in part and by trivialising the injury and symptoms you sustain. If you don't have a CTP lawyer on your side, you are at serious risk of missing out on the full compensation to which you're entitled.
Our CTP Claims Lawyers make certain that the claims they file on behalf of vehicle accident victims cover lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of future earning potential, paid and unpaid care, expenditures, and any other financial losses that may apply.
Any queries concerning the claims procedure can be answered by a member of our experienced staff at our Brisbane Head Office (near to major courts, insurers, medical experts and safety consultants) or at our Princess Alexandra Hospital and Browns Plains Medical Precinct offices.
To speak with a member of the CTP Claims Lawyers team, call or email today.
In addition, your superannuation fund membership may cover a TPD payout. Call our CTP Claims Lawyers today to learn more about your legal options.