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Our Melbourne-based motor vehicle accident Principals are all Accredited Specialists of the Law Institute of Victoria, and we were recognised as a leading Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation Law Firm in Doyles Guide 2020.

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.

TAC Compensation Process

Download our guide that visually describes the process of claiming TAC compensation.


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.