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. And this applies even if your actions may have contributed to the accident in some way.
If your actions contributed to the accident, you can 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.
With 30 years of experience behind us, lawyers trained by Accredited Specialists in motor accident law, and a reputation for taking a strong stand with insurers, we will strive to achieve the bests results for your claim possible.
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If you have been injured as a result of any vehicle such as car, bike or boat accident, or whilst at work, on holiday, or in many other situations you believe was caused by someone else's wrongful act or negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.
Even if you think your actions may have contributed to your injury, you may still have a claim well-worth pursuing but be quick as strict time limits apply to claims for most injury compensation in Queensland.
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