Need a Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer?

Need a Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer?
  • May 14, 2020

Need a Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer?

Range of Motor Vehicle Accidents

Bus / Mini Bus

Have you had an accident involving a bus or mini bus?

Scooter

Whilst riding a self powered scooter?

Truck

Have you been "hit by a truck"?

Pedestrian

Have you had an accident as a pedestrian?

Bike

Have you been involved in an accident whilst on your bike?

Car

Have you been involved in an accident as a passenger in a car?

Immediately after an accident

After the trauma of a car accident, there are a number of things you should do:

Safety

Ensure your immediate safety and those around you.

Emergency Services

Call an ambulence if necessary. Contact relevant emergency services.

Exchange Contact Details

Exchange contact details with other parties involved in the incident and any witnesses.

Take notes

Write notes with times about the sequence of events. This is your version of events.

If police attend the accident, take a note of the report number. Do not rely soley on the police evidence. Take photos of the surrounds, signage anything that can indicate who was at fault.

Get the help of a relvant medical professional. If you see a chiropractor or physiotherapist regularly they will have an ongoing record of your health. See your general practitioner if necessary.

Adrenaline can dull pain

Even if you feel fine now, it is possible injuries like whiplash can appear days or weeks after an accident.

Hunched over a desk in your workplace?

A seemingly small irritation now can develop into chronic pain at later stages. Many people come from a culture of "she'll be right" however ongoing stabbing pain whilst trying to work will effect you and your family.

When to see a car accident lawyer?

If considering making a claim for compensation, it's advisable to seek help from qualified motor vehicle accident lawyers. A lawyer offering free intial advice is helpful. You may need to develop a long-term relationship with your lawyer, so research here is important.

In most instances the driver at fault will have CTP (Compulsory Third Party) Insurance, which is included as part of vehicle registration costs in Queensland.

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