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The Details of Emily’s Road-Crossing Motor Vehicle Accident Case

Emily was the victim of a motor vehicle accident while she was crossing a road during her regular morning walk. She sustained a series of injuries, which were notably severe and diverse:

(a) A left lateral tibial plateau fracture, necessitating surgical intervention;
(b) Soft tissue injuries to her shoulder;
(c) Soft tissue injuries to her hip;
(d) Scarring; and
(e) Psychological trauma.

To address these medical issues, Emily underwent surgery for her fractured tibia and engaged in physical therapy for her soft tissue injuries. She also sought psychological counseling to cope with the mental stress and trauma caused by the accident.

Following legal negotiations, Emily’s case was resolved through the exchange of mandatory final offers. She received a $90,000 settlement during a conference, in addition to standard costs, to cover her medical expenses, psychological counseling, and loss of income.

The claim process on Alana's Road-Crossing Motor Vehicle Accident Case


Make compulsory third party insurance (CTP) claim

In Queensland, motor vehicles are required to have ‘compulsory third party insurance‘ (CTP). Our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers will initiate your claim with your insurer or the at-fault party’s motor vehicle insurer.


Contact us to set up your free initial appointment.

At the initial consultation, Our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers will get more details on your situation and then investigate insurance coverage. Our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers will also explain our client and No Win No Fee agreement.


Investigation & gathering evidence

Our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers will investigate and gather evidence while you recover from your injuries.

After that, our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers will brief medical specialists to examine you and provide expert evidence reports. From those reports, our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers will formulate how the injury has impacted you and your family at work and at home.


Attendance of informal settlement meeting

Our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers also formulate your damages demand and appoint an out of court meeting to negotiate the resolution of your claim settlement.


Case settled or court proceedings

Statistically, more than 97% of compensation claims are settled out of court. In many cases, the claim is resolved successfully during the informal settlement meeting, and you will receive compensation to you are entitled to.

In rare cases, if your claim has not been resolved at this stage, our Pedestrian Accident Lawyers will take it further and help you get the compensation to which you are entitled according to law.

The outcome of Alana’s Road-Crossing Motor Vehicle Accident Case

Settled for $90,000.

Been injured? It’s your right to claim, ask us if you need help. Carter Capner Law offers No Win. No Fee. for most injury compensation cases that it takes on, including:

Road Injuries

Work Injuries

Travel Injuries

Medical Injuries

Public Liability Injuries

Recreational Injuries

Other Injuries

In some cases like medical negligence, we ask our client to meet the case expenses – but in many cases, we still take the financial risk of investing thousands of hours of expert professional work to ensure the claim’s success.

Disclaimer: Names have been change to protect the identity of our client. The image depicted is not of our client.

Govinda Le Guinio

Senior Associate

Govinda is an expert in motor accident and workplace injury compensation. Call today to discuss your injury compensation issue.

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