Fraud in the CTP system

CTP Fraud

The compulsory third party (CTP) insurance system in New South Wales is designed to cover drivers in the event of injuries cause by motor vehicle accidents. 

Personal Injury Commission Review Victory…

Personal Injury Claim Appeal

Ms S was injured in an accident in June 2020.  She was riding her bicycle on the footpath when a car reversing from a driveway collided with her.  The car hit her bike on her right-hand side and our client fell onto her left side.


Motor Vehicle Accident Claims

We acted for a Claimant who was involved in a motorcycle accident when he was struck by a vehicle from behind. The Claimant was thrown out of his motorcycle. The ambulance attended and was transported to a hospital complaining of head, neck and shoulder girdle pain, left shoulder and arm pain, lower back and right leg pain. He also sustained multiple cuts and abrasions.

Motor Accident Injuries Amendment Regulation 2022

Motor Vehicle Injury Claims

The object of the Regulation is to clarify that the jurisdiction to deal with certain disputes under the Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017 in relation to treatment and care provided to an injured person extends to disputes about treatment and care proposed to be provide to the person.

Motor Accidents Injuries Act 2017 (NSW)

Motor Accidents Injuries Act 2017 (NSW)

The Motor Accidents Injury Act 2017 (NSW) (“the Act”) was introduced by the State Government in response to high premiums to insurance and to decrease the rates of fraud in compensation claims as a result of a motor vehicle accidents. So, with decreased premiums, is this a win for everyone?

Making a claim if your at fault

Motor vehicle accident claim

At Alliance Compensation & Litigation Lawyers, we are experts in claiming all your entitlements should you be involved in a motor vehicle accident. We have an experienced team who can give comprehensive advice on all entitlements based on the policies that you have available.

No Fault Motor Vehicle Accident Case Study.

not at fault motor vehicle accident

The Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017 (MAIA 2017) introduced a new system that provides for statutory benefits to an injured person in a motor vehicle accident no matter who was at fault.

The court in this case ruled that since Mr Singh was not at fault and because his injuries are non-minor, he should be entitled to statutory benefits after the initial 26 weeks.