TAC / Road Accidents

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When You’re Hurt In A Road Accident, We Set Out To Win The Compensation That Is Rightfully Yours.

Whether you’ve been involved and/or injured as a vehicle driver, passenger, pedestrian, cyclist or while at work, you should contact the team at Henry Carus + Associates right away, even before completing a claim form.

How we help with TAC road accident claims:

One of the key differences in this kind of claim revolves around the role of the TAC legislation – allowing you access to common law and providing you with generous lump sum compensation for pain and suffering and loss of income.
Many road accidents occur while you are at work, and so the entitlements to compensation cover both the WorkCover law and the TAC law.
We are well experienced to provide you with lawyers able to cover both areas of law easily, and deal with no-fault benefits for accepted claims, plus lump sum compensation at common law.
After contacting us we will quickly guide you on how to get all the WorkCover benefits you deserve and achieve an excellent common law compensation claim with the TAC.
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Why choose our TAC road accident claim lawyers to help you?

Many firms have focussed primarily on WorkCover claims or assign these types of claims to their WorkCover department and do not consider the role of TAC until much later on. We do not see such practice as being beneficial to our clients, so we focus on both aspects from the start.

Success Stories

In the evening of New Years Eve 2005, Lee was driving with his wife Karen and their eight year old daughter when a car failed to give way entering a roundabout and crashed into their vehicle. Lee’s vehicle rolled onto its side and Karen died tragically at the scene of the accident. Lee suffered both physical and psychiatric injuries.

A British national, Lee returned to England with his two children…

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