Can I make a motor accident claim for injury if I was not licensed or my vehicle was not registered at the time of the accident?
If you were not at fault for the accident occurring, then you are not stopped from bringing a claim for your accident injuries because you were not licensed or your vehicle was not registered at the time of the accident.
You still have a claim against the driver of the vehicle at-fault for the accident occurring.
This applies even if your actions may have contributed to the accident in some way.
Can I get car accident injury compensation?
If my actions contributed to the accident, can I still claim?
If your actions did contribute to the accident occurring, then you are still able to bring a claim against the other drivers at fault the accident, however, your claim may be reduced by a percentage to take into account your contribution to the accident occurring.
It is important to remember when seeking legal representation for your case, that there are many legal firms who do not have the expertise or experience in Queensland motor accident claims to properly undertake your case to ensure you receive all of the compensation you are entitled to.
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Frequently asked questions
- How much compensation will I receive for my injuries?
- How is past and future economic loss compensation calculated?
- What injury compensation or damages am I entitled to claim for?
- If I go back to work after my injury will this hurt my claim?
- When does my workers' compensation claim come to an end and what happens then?
- How can I find out quickly if I can make a compensation claim?
- What are emotional distress damages in personal injury cases?
- Are there time limits for bringing a claim for injury compensation in Queensland?
- How will my common law claim run and how long will it take?
- Is my compensation or damages payment taxable?
- What care and assistance can be claimed for in a personal injury claim in Queensland?
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- What if I don't receive a 6% DPI in my Notice of Assessment but I want to sue my employer for my work injuries?
- What's the difference between workers' compensation claim & a common law claim for damages?
- What is a common law claim for damages for work injury in Queensland?