When a motor vehicle accident happens, it can be terrifying for everyone involved. From emergency room visits to auto repairs, the toll that an accident takes can be felt for a long time.
If you have been a victim of a motor vehicle accident – whether you were the driver, passenger or the relative of the person who has died as a result of the accident – we can help you get the compensation you deserve.
We are also adept at handling “Compensation to Relative” claims. If you have a relative who died in a motor vehicle accident, you may be entitled to such a claim. This means you may be eligible to claim compensation for financial losses you have suffered, as a result of the death of that relative.
We will not shy away from a fight. While others may make promises, we will deliver – while representing you ethically and strategically.
We will act as your mediator between your insurance company and your treating doctor, to make sure you get the treatment from your providers that you deserve. This may include physiotherapy needs, radiology examinations and other unexpected costs.
We aim for you not to be out of pocket, with respect to your treatment costs, by acting as the mediator with the insurance company to have these costs approved.
The experienced staff at Thomas Booler Lawyers will liaise between the insurer and your providers to have your treatment needs approved.
Fast. Effective. Solutions. Those are the outcomes we deliver for our clients.
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Seek medical attention first, if necessary.
The NSW government also advises taking these steps:
- Get the registration number of the vehicle that caused the accident
- Report the accident to the police if they did not attend the accident and get a police event number for the accident
Following those steps, contact our team of lawyers around the clock to discuss your situation and consult on your eligibility for a claim.
We’ll need to meet with you to examine the circumstances of your workplace injury, so that we can help determine your eligibility for a claim. Contacting our team at your earliest convenience helps us help you — while details are still fresh in your mind.
Any type of road user can make a claim; this includes a driver, passenger, pedestrian, cyclist, motorcyclist or pillion passenger. Vehicles eligible can include cars, trucks, buses, trains, motorbikes, boats, heavy equipment such as forklifts, and more. Talk to our team today if you’re uncertain of your eligibility; we have decades of experience and can advise on the potential for a claim.
If you have been injured in NSW, you may be eligible for a compensation claim under these circumstances, according to the NSW Motor Accidents Authority:
- your accident was caused (or mainly caused) by another vehicle; or
- you were under 16 years of age, and lived in NSW at the time of the accident, and the accident was not caused by any fault of the driver of the motor vehicle; or
- you were injured in a blameless accident, where the driver or owner of a motor vehicle was not at fault.
Any information you can provide to help substantiate your claim is helpful. Obviously we understand that in some circumstances, there will be no details you can contribute, but a claim may still be possible. A conversation with one of our lawyers can help clarify this.
This depends on the type and extent of your accident; time frames vary. You should seek our counsel as soon as possible to ensure you claim within your period of eligibility.
When you contact us, you’ll immediately get a free, no-obligation, no-risk consultation on your claim. We’ll assess your situation and give you fast, frank advice on what to expect. Next, we’ll let you know if you’re eligible for our No Win — No Fee arrangement. This means no money out of pocket for you. Even if this guarantee doesn’t apply to your claim, we still don’t charge upfront costs – you won’t be invoiced until your matter is settled.
This depends on the circumstance of your injury. In some circumstances, a claim can go to court, prolonging the process. Based on our extensive experience, we’ll give you our best advice on how long the process may take.
Our goal is to make claiming simple for you . We’ll walk you through the process of claiming, ensuring you understand every step, and then we’ll submit on your behalf. Our goal is to ensure you are informed, comfortable and feel supported throughout.
If you’ve received an award and you’re dissatisfied, talk to our team of experienced Compensation Law experts. We’re happy to discuss a claim’s results, versus what you anticipated, and make sure the claim is reasonable in all circumstances.
Typically such bills can be held off on until your claim has been made. Once we discuss your situation one on one we can give you a response suited to your unique situation, to alleviate your worries.
Each award is dependent on your injuries. The damages do normally include a non-economic amount for pain and suffering, in addition to economic losses, which can include medical and hospital bills, lost wages [past, present and future], legal expenses and other costs, such as domestic assistance.
Once we’ve had a consultation, our experienced legal team will deliver your claims assessment, including:
- How long your claim will take to process
- What the outcome is likely to be
- Your estimated award from the claim
- Your estimated legal fees
- Whether your claim is a fit for our No Win —No Fee arrangement
- What will be expected of you along the way