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How do I make a claim for compensation?

  • It's easy to claim!
  • Fill in the form on the right to calculate eligibility.
  • We put forward your claim.
  • You receive your money!

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Testimonial

"My daughter was hit by speeding car,the accident was entirely not her fault yet her life drawn to a halt. MVA Claims helped us secure a generous compensation that helped bring her life back on track. Amazing help and of course highly recommended."

MRS. GEMMA SANDERS, NEWCASTLE NSW

How do I make a claim for compensation?

We work with expert legal teams that deal with motor vehicle accident claims every day and know exactly what to do to make sure your claim for compensation meets all the requirements under the Motor Accidents Scheme. To make a claim for compensation you need to get the registration number of the vehicle that caused the accident and make sure the accident has been reported to the police.

No Win No Fee

No win no fee is a term used to describe an agreement between a lawyer and the injured person. It states the client can not be charged if their personal injury compensation claim is unsuccessful.

How much personal injury compensation will I receive?

The amount of personal injury compensation you receive depends on the severity of your injuries. Generally, types of damages that can be claimed may include lump sum compensation for non-economic loss (pain & suffering), the past and future economic loss and also past and future domestic assistance and care.

What if the accident was my fault?

You are still able to claim personal injury compensation even if you are partly at fault in causing your injuries. For example, if you were injured because you weren’t wearing a seatbelt, you are still entitled to personal injury compensation under the Motor Accidents Scheme, however, a deduction may be made from the damages you receive as a result of your own contributory negligence.