People react differently to being involved in a motor accident. That’s why the NSW CTP scheme requires insurance companies to customise individual recovery plans. A tailored approach to rehabilitation can often be the difference between a full recovery or lifelong issues.
The long weekend is almost here. If you are anything like us, we’re certain that you have already checked out the weather forecast and planned an escape from Sydney. We don’t profess to be weather experts, however if we’re reading the Bureau of Meteorology forecast correctly, we are going to have fabulous sunny weather in Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle and Wollongong.
If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident on or after 1 December 2017 in NSW, you will inevitably have heard the term ‘minor injury’. You may be wondering what this means in the context of your particular claim and how it will impact your entitlement to compensation. This blog provides an overview of the concept of minor injury in the context of the NSW CTP scheme.
If you’re a small business owner, chances are you’ve experienced the pain of having to dedicate time and money into designing a website for your business. You’ve probably spent hours preparing content, making sure that the images correctly reflect your brand and that you’re targeting the right clients or customers.
Let’s face it, COVID-19 will have an significant impact on you and your business. In fact, it probably has already, whether you realise it or not. Don’t let fear of the unknown paralyse you. Raise above the fear and hysteria in the media and think strategically about how to survive, thrive and shine.
So, you’ve been involved in a car accident in NSW in 2019. You’ve heard that the Police don’t always come to the scene of the accident anymore and that the CTP laws have recently changed. But what does that all mean right now, in the heat of the moment? Here’s the nuts and bolts of …
If you haven’t been involved in a motor vehicle accident, consider yourself lucky. In 2017, 12,055 serious injuries occurred as a result of motor vehicle accidents in NSW leading to hospitalisation. There were also 367 fatalities in 2017, a figure which sadly was overtaken by October 2018. Whilst the statistics alone are frightening, the point …
If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, one of the first things you need to do is obtain a medical certificate from your General Practitioner. This is an important first step in a CTP claim and will also help you long-term in claiming the appropriate benefits from the CTP insurer. Your medical …