Speak with a senior personal injury lawyer.

Our Melbourne-based motor vehicle accident Principals are all Accredited Specialists of the Law Institute of Victoria. If you have been injured and there is a vehicle involved, we recommend you seek legal advice as to whether you might be eligible for the TAC scheme.

Additional legal avenues to consider

Find out if you can make a property damage claim

We have an in-house team of lawyers who can assist you in making a claim for motor vehicle damages.

Making a claim through your Super & TPD insurance

Your superannuation policy may cover injuries as a result of a road accident. As a result, you may be entitled to additional compensation.

Update your will

After a serious injury, it can be wise to make changes to your will (or draft your first will). Our Wills team can offer you a complimentary review of your will. Bring it your first appointment or use our online tool and have it reviewed by a lawyer.

Resources & FAQs

Answers to common questions in
relation to the expertise.

Defining ‘Full Time Student’ for beneficial legislation

This recent case of Marsh v Transport Accident Commission [2020] VSC 228 now provides that a full-time student can be “extending to a student who has completed year 12, has either applied for an offer of a tertiary place or enrolled in a tertiary course, and is waiting for the academic period to commence.”


WorkCover: You cannot be serious!

John McEnroe’s famous edict can strike a shiver down the spine of any plaintiff personal injury lawyer. This is because proof of ‘serious injury’ is the threshold for making a common law claim for damages under either the WorkCover or TAC schemes.


Cyclists and TAC after 8 July 2014

Anna Vadaketh of Robinson Gill reported in a blog on 7 June 2018 about a proposed amendment to the Transport Accident Act (TAA), which governs TAC claims. We are pleased to advise that this has now come into effect.