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Car Accident Lawyers Brisbane

AMK Lawyers provides dedicated support to drivers, passengers, pedestrians & cyclists to make a CTP claim after a car accident in Brisbane.

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Injured and need help to make a CTP motor vehicle accident claim in Brisbane?

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AMK Lawyers - Professional & highly efficient Brisbane car accident lawyers

If you’ve been hurt in a motor vehicle accident, making a claim can feel overwhelming and stressful. Our team provides clear advice, assesses your claim, and ensures you know your rights.

With our no-win, no-fee structure, you won’t have any pressure to pay upfront costs, and we’ll ensure every aspect of your claim is efficiently managed. You’ll receive comprehensive guidance from our supportive team, ensuring your rights are upheld and that you can stay focused on your daily life and recovery.

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Compassionate guidance to make a CTP claim after a motor vehicle accident - with a ''No Win, No Fee'' assurance

At AMK Lawyers, we compassionately guide you through the car accident claim process, ensuring you understand your rights. Whetheryou’ree a cyclist, pedestrian, passenger, or an innocent driver, we provide clear and transparent advice from your initial claim assessment to the successful resolution of your case.

You will be kept fully informed with regular updates on your motor vehicle accident claim progress. We handle every aspect of your claim, from accessing medical records to negotiating with insurers, ensuring comprehensive management at every stage. We’re dedicated to securing the compensation you deserve.

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CTP Claims

We help you navigate CTP insurance claims for injuries sustained in Brisbane motor vehicle accidents.

Motorbike Accidents

Our team supports injured motorbike riders in securing compensation and ensuring their claims are thoroughly managed.ments.

Rideshare Accidents

Injured in a rideshare accident? We provide expert assistance in claiming compensation from at-fault parties and insurers.

Passenger Injuries

If you are injured as a passenger, we protect your rights and help you claim the compensation you are eligible to receive.

Cyclist Injuries

Our motor vehicle accident lawyers help injured cyclists, guiding them through the claims process to secure rightful compensation.


Injured as a pedestrian? We provide legal support to claim compensation from negligent drivers and secure your rightful damages..

Hit & Runs

Our experts assist victims of hit-and-runs in claiming compensation to achieve justice and financial support for their recovery.

Death of a Loved One

We support families in claiming compensation for the wrongful death of a loved one due to vehicle accidents.

TPD Claims

We can help you claim Total and Permanent Disability benefits after serious car accident injuries, providing expert guidance and managing your claim comprehensively.

Let AMK Lawyers help you through the car accident claims process

Making a CTP claim after a car accident or other traffic injury can be difficult. Our team will work tirelessly to help you secure the compensation you are entitled to.

We will ensure your claim lodgement is completed successfully and negotiate on your behalf to achieve the best possible results for your situation. We understand the challenges of pursuing a claim while recovering from an accident. Trust our team to simplify the legal process, reduce stress, and work diligently to get you the compensation you deserve.

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Let us handle the legal requirements, paperwork, and negotiations while you focus on moving forward. Contact us today for your free initial consultation. 

Step 1. Free Initial Discussion

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Step 2. We'll Assess Your Claim

Your car accident claim will be thoroughly assessed, and we’ll gather any information needed.

Step 3. No Win, No Fee

If you decide to work with us, there are no upfront fees, and our dedicated car accident lawyers will get started immediately.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve been injured in a car accident as a driver, rider, passenger, or pedestrian, you may qualify for a Compulsory Third-Party insurance claim. AMK Lawyers are dedicated to helping you obtain the compensation and damages you’re entitled to. CTP insurance covers injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents where negligence is established.

You can file a CTP claim if you have been injured in:

  • Car, truck, or other motor vehicle accidents
  • Motorbike, bicycle, or e-scooter accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents involving a vehicle
  • As a passenger in a car where the driver is at fault

In cases of fatal accidents, dependents may have the right to claim funeral expenses and loss of dependency. Please contact our motor vehicle accident lawyers for further advice.

Even if you were injured in a car accident involving an unidentified or unregistered vehicle in Brisbane, you still retain the right to pursue a Compulsory Third Party (CTP) claim. However, it’s important to note that the time limits for such claims are significantly shorter. In these instances, the Nominal Defendant, a state insurer, handles these claims and responds accordingly.

If you’re unsure about the identity or registration status of the vehicle involved in your accident, our team at AMK Lawyers can guide you through the process of filing a claim with the Nominal Defendant (state insurer). We understand the complexities involved in such cases and are here to ensure your rights are protected. We will help you with all aspects of the process.

Compulsory Third-Party (CTP) insurance is a mandated insurance policy for all vehicles in Brisbane. This insurance is included in vehicle registration, making it mandatory for many vehicle classes. In Brisbane, there are currently four licensed insurers:

AAI Limited (trading as Suncorp Insurance), Allianz Australia Insurance Limited, QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited, and RACQ Insurance Limited (RACQ withdrew from the CTP market in October 2023, but they continue to honour existing policies or those active at the time of the incident).

When you file a CTP claim, one of these insurers will handle your claim. They provide assistance covering physical and psychological injuries, offering compensation and coverage for treatment and related expenses.

You can initiate a claim by completing a Notice of Accident Claim Form and using the MAIC online Queensland CTP portal. However, consulting with an experienced lawyer is crucial to ensure your CTP claim is handled correctly.

Even minor errors can have a substantial impact on your rights and claim. AMK Lawyers, with their experienced personal injury lawyers and insurance expertise, are dedicated to securing the best outcome for you. Contact us to protect your interests and navigate your CTP claim effectively.

Making a CTP claim involves several key steps:

  1. Report the Accident: Report the accident to the police and obtain an accident report number.
  2. Seek Medical Attention: Seek medical treatment for your injuries and keep all medical records and receipts.
  3. Notify the Insurer: Contact the CTP insurer of the at-fault vehicle as soon as possible to notify them of your intention to make a claim.
  4. Lodge the Accident Claim Form: Complete and submit the necessary claim forms provided by the insurer. Include details of the accident, your injuries, and any expenses incurred.
  5. Investigation: The insurer will investigate the circumstances of the accident and assess your claim. They may request additional information or documentation.
  6. Assessment of Damages: The insurer will assess the damages you are entitled to, including medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
  7. Negotiation: Negotiate with the insurer for a fair settlement amount. Your legal representative can assist in ensuring you receive adequate compensation.
  8. Settlement: Once an agreement is reached, the insurer will offer a settlement amount. If accepted, this resolves the claim, and you receive compensation.
  9. Dispute Resolution: If there are disputes regarding liability or the settlement amount, mediation or court proceedings may be necessary.
  10. Closure: Once settled, the claim is closed, and you receive the compensation owed to you.

Throughout this process, it’s essential to have the support of experienced legal professionals who will ensure you know your rights and work to secure the maximum compensation you are eligible to receive.

You may be eligible to lodge a Compulsory Third Party (CTP) claim if the accident was not your fault and you were involved as a driver, passenger, rider, or pedestrian. Here are some scenarios where you might qualify to make a personal injury claim:

  • Driver or Passenger in a Motor Vehicle Accident: Whether in a single-car accident or a collision involving multiple vehicles.
  • Pedestrian or Cyclist Hit by a Vehicle: Includes incidents like being hit by a vehicle or its door opening.
  • Whiplash Suffered as a Passenger: Resulting from a car accident.
  • Rider of a Motorcycle, Bicycle, E-Scooter, or Skateboard: Injured due to a vehicle-related incident.
  • Injuries Caused by Road Hazards: Such as an oil spill or improperly secured items on another vehicle.
  • Fatal Injuries: Dependents may be entitled to claim funeral expenses and loss of dependency.
  • Minors Injured in Motor Vehicle Accidents: Claims can be made through a litigation guardian, like a parent.

Even if the accident involved an unidentified or unregistered vehicle, you still have the right to file a CTP claim, although time limits are stricter. The state insurer, the Nominal Defendant, handles claims in these cases.

If you’re considering a personal injury claim related to a motor vehicle accident, it’s advisable to seek legal advice from a knowledgeable car accident lawyer or personal injury law firm. They can assist with navigating the complexities of CTP insurance, calculating personal injury compensation, including future medical expenses, and providing legal representation throughout the process.

For expert guidance and support with your claim, contact our legal team at AMK Lawyers. We specialise in personal injury claims and are committed to helping injured individuals receive the compensation they deserve for medical treatment costs, loss of income, and more.

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1. Seek Immediate Medical Attention: It’s crucial to prioritise your health. Seek medical care promptly to assess and treat your injuries.

2. Contact the Police: If the police did not attend the accident scene or obtain a statement from you, you must notify them about your injuries. Request a Queensland Police Report Number (QP number). The police report, including their investigation and traffic crash report, will be essential when preparing your Notice of Accident Claim Form for submission to the CTP insurer of the at-fault vehicle.

3. Identify the CTP Insurer: Use the Motor Accident Insurance Commission website to find the CTP insurer of the vehicle at fault. Visit MAIC’s Find Insurer Tool and enter the accident date and the registration details of the at-fault vehicle to locate the insurer.

4. Consult AMK Lawyers: Contact AMK Lawyers promptly to discuss your legal rights and options. Time limits apply, so it’s crucial to act swiftly. You can either complete our online enquiry form or call us directly. We’ll assist you in completing the necessary forms to lodge your CTP claim. Our team will start working on securing funding from the CTP insurer for your reasonable and appropriate treatment expenses, including physiotherapy, scans, and specialist treatments for both physical and psychological injuries.

By following these steps and seeking professional legal guidance from AMK Lawyers, you can navigate your CTP claim effectively and ensure your rights are protected.

If your claim ends up in court, it is wise to seek legal advice from expert car accident lawyers if you haven’t already done so. Legal costs and legal fees can be overwhelming, which is why many compensation lawyers offer delayed payments in the form of no win, no fee”.

The additional steps for motor vehicle accident claims that go to court. Here are the key steps you need to follow:

  1. Pre-Court Procedures: Ensure that all pre-court procedures required by the Motor Accident Insurance Act (MAIA), which you can read here, have been completed. This includes submitting a Notice of Accident Claim Form to the CTP insurer of the at-fault vehicle.

    A ‘ Notice of Accident Claim For’’ must be submitted to the CTP insurer of the at-fault vehicle within nine months of the accident or within one month of retaining a solicitor.

  2. Consult with Your Lawyer: Work closely with your personal injury lawyer, if you have one, to help prepare your case thoroughly. They will guide you through the legal process, including gathering evidence, preparing documents, and formulating legal arguments.

    If you are considering representing yourself, at least obtain some advice, which is usually free, from an experienced personal injury lawyer who has experience working on CTP claims in Brisbane to ensure your rights are protected.

  3. Attend Compulsory Conference: Attend a compulsory conference, a mandatory mediation session where parties attempt to settle before going to trial. Your lawyer will represent you and negotiate on your behalf during this conference.
  4. Court Proceedings: If a settlement isn’t reached at the compulsory conference, your case will proceed to court. Your lawyer will file the necessary court documents, including statements of claim and defence, and manage all communications with the court and opposing parties.
  5. Court Hearings: Attend court hearings as required. Your lawyer will present your case before a judge, presenting evidence, calling witnesses, and arguing your position.
  6. Judgment: The judge will decide based on the evidence presented and arguments made by both sides. If the judgment is in your favour, the court will determine the compensation or damages awarded.

Yes, there are. Where possible, it’s important to contact us as soon as possible after your accident so we can initiate the necessary claim forms with the insurance company. Strict time limits apply, especially if you don’t know the other vehicle’s identity. Before signing any documentation from the other party or their insurance, consult AMK Lawyers to safeguard your right to claim damages.

In general, you have up to three years from the date of the accident to file court proceedings. Failure to do so could result in permanently losing your rights (“statute barre”).

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