If you suffer injury or loss due to another driver's negligence, you can make a compensation claim. You are entitled to take legal action even if the negligent driver is a relative or friend. Our Mildura car accident solicitors use the no win no fee scheme which involves no financial risk - 'win or lose no charge - compensation paid in full'.
If you have experienced personal injury in a car crash, you should consult a Mildura car accident solicitor as soon as you can. There are two things that need to be in place if you want to make a car accident compensation claim :
Negligence occurs when deeds or omissions by a third party cause another person to suffer loss or damage. Negligence has been defined in various ways but the most cited definition is as follows :-
If you want to take legal action for a Mildura car accident compensation claim the following 3 things need to be established :-
Damages awards in a Mildura car accident compensation claim are split into two main categories :-
Items that may attract payment in a car accident compensation claim include the following :-
A personal injury compensation claim must have either been settled or proceedings must have been issued by a Mildura car accident solicitor, in a court of law within 3 years of the event. If the 3 years have already passed, in most cases the claim will be statute barred and the opportunity for remuneration will have been loss.
There are some exceptions to the 3 year rule in a car accident compensation claim :-
Obtaining, recording and preserving evidence is crucial in a Mildura car accident compensation claim. The following items should be noted :-