Had a motor vehicle accident? Bourke Legal can help.
If you or your loved ones have been involved in a motor vehicle accident (car, motorbike, bus, truck, bicycle, etc.) caused by someone else or partially you, you could be eligible to make a Compulsory Third Party (CTP) claim for compensation in Queensland.
To make a compensation claim, the party at fault should be identified and recognised as accountable for the accident by the insurer. This can be challenging as there are cases where the party at fault cannot be identified. In such event, you may be able to make a claim against the “nominal defendant”. In Queensland, the Nominal Defendant is a statutory body established under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 (MAI Act) for the purpose of compensating injured people in road accidents where the offending driver cannot be identified.
Very strict time limits apply in these types of matters. Bourke Legal can guide you through the process of making a motor vehicle accident claim and ensuring you’re compensated to the fullest extent that you can be.
Involved in an accident? Here’s what to do.
Step 1: Get the registration plate number of the car/cars involved.
Step 2: Get all parties’ names and contact details, including driver’s license numbers and telephone numbers.
Step 3: Contact Bourke Legal. We’ll help you fill in a claim form so that your medical bills will be paid straight away.
Step 4: We will investigate your claim, and if we believe you have good prospects of success, we offer No Win-No Fee, which means you don’t pay our legal costs if your claim is unsuccessful.