In this TAC common law damages claim, the Court could not determine the extent to which the pedestrian’s left leg injury alone caused her various consequences. The Court ultimately concluded that [...]
In the TAC common law case of ‘Phromphian v the Transport Accident Commission’, the County Court was asked to determine whether an injured motorcyclist had suffered a "serious injury" in a motor [...]
In the TAC common law case of ‘Broom v the Transport Accident Commission’, the County Court was asked to determine whether an injured passenger had suffered a "serious injury" and whether he was [...]
In Victoria, there are compensation schemes available both for people injured in the course of their employment; WorkCover and TAC claims. But who provides the compensation and benefits if you’re [...]
We look at the potential TAC benefits available for people who have lost a loved one as a result of a motor vehicle accident. These can include income support, lump sum payments, [...]
If you’re injured in a transport accident while working, there are some limited circumstances where you may be eligible for WorkCover benefits and a TAC common law claim.
Lump sum compensation after a motor vehicle accident in Victoria can be in the form of an impairment benefit and in some circumstances, it can be for what is known as common law damages.
TAC case review: this case highlights that a driver’s duty of care, in appropriate circumstances, extends to the duty to warn of potential hazards to their passengers and other road users, such [...]
We explore your options if you lodge a TAC serious injury application after a road crash and it is denied by the TAC.
We look at compensation options where TAC benefits are payable even if the vehicle was not being driven at the time of your injury.