Expert Transport Accident Commission Lawyers
Our experienced TAC lawyers deal with motor vehicle and car accident claims on a daily basis and can help you get the compensation you need to regain control over your life. It doesn't matter if you have suffered a whiplash injury, neck injury, back injury, head injury, brain injury, spinal injury or any other type of injury from a car accident. We'll establish your own go-to team, who will always be there to answer your questions and give you the facts in plain English. We'll look after things every step of the way.
What is the TAC and what does it do?
If you've been injured in a car accident in Victoria or while travelling in a Victorian registered car anywhere in Australia, then you have the legal right to claim compensation from the Transport Accident Commission (TAC).
The TAC is an organisation owned by the Victorian State Government whose function is to provide compensation to people injured in transport accidents.
It doesn't matter if the accident was your fault, or if you were driving a car, truck, motorcycle, bus, train or tram - you may still have a TAC claim for compensation.
What compensation can I claim from the TAC for the accident?
Our expert TAC lawyers can help you pursue a TAC common law claim for TAC compensation if it can be established that the accident was caused, or partly caused, by the fault of another party.
A TAC common law claim entitles you to claim compensation for:
- pain and suffering
- loss of enjoyment of life and scarring
- financial loss.
The total amount available in a TAC common law claim is $1,419,240.00.
Our experts will explain what you might be able to claim and we’ll make the process easy. We know you want to get on with it and regain control of your life so we’ll look after everything for you.
TAC Compensation Lawyers in Melbourne and throughout Victoria
Shine Lawyers has offices located throughout Victoria, including Melbourne offices located in the CBD and Sunshine. Find your nearest branch on our Victorian office locations page or get in touch via the forms below.
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Superannuation and Disability Insurance
If you are unable to work due to illness or injury you might be entitled to benefits through your superannuation or other insurance policies. We recommend speaking to one of our experts for a quick, obligation-free analysis of your situation to determine your rights and ability to make a claim..