Substantial changes have been brought into law in New South Wales on and from 1st December 2017, that affects compensation claims.
You can still get your personal injury claims in. Old laws apply to people injured before the new CTP Scheme kicked in on 1st December 2017, so don’t miss out on compensation.
The loss of a loved one in a motor vehicle accident is a tragedy in itself. The death of a breadwinner can have devastating effects on a family, both financially and psychologically. Here at Taylor & Scott, we have acted on many death claims arising from motor vehicle accidents. Each claim is dealt with by a senior lawyer here at Taylor & Scott.
In cases where a breadwinner is killed, we retain expert forensic accountants to calculate the financial loss suffered by the family as a result of the breadwinner’s death.
Sometimes the death of a loved one can have a devastating psychological effect on the surviving members of the family. In these situations, Taylor & Scott retains the best psychiatrists and psychologists to assess the injured family member’s medical condition. Careful attention is paid to the future medical needs to treat the psychological injury which, from experience, may need ongoing treatment for the rest of the family member’s life. All cases are dealt with on a no-win/no-pay basis which means if you don’t win, we don’t get paid. This is our “GUARANTEE” to you.
If you, a member of your family, friend or acquaintance were injured anywhere in NSW and would like to have a free case assessment, please contact the team here at Taylor & Scott by phoning 1800 600 664, or complete the Enquiry Form through the link at the top of this page.
You can trust Taylor & Scott. We have the expertise and experience to assist families in these difficult times.