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Medico Legal Assessments – How to Best Work with Medico-Legal Doctors for Medical Evidence

What is Medico Legal Assessment? Medico-legal Assessments are often referred to as Medical legal assessments or personal injury medical examinations. Medico-legal examinations are often requested by your lawyer, the insurer, or the insurer’s lawyers for the purpose of your ongoing injury compensation claim. This assessment is often conducted by a medical legal doctor (i.e, medico legal doctor), or other medico legal experts. […]

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Not At Fault Accident Without Insurance

Not At Fault Accident Without insurance – Rights and Options Uninsured car accident not at fault? What happens in a car accident without insurance may not be as bad as you think. If you are involved in a not at fault accident without insurance, it’s often the case that you will still entitled to car accident injury compensation for […]

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Top 3 Reasons Your Injury Compensation is Reduced

Foyle Legal specialises in helping injured people to maximise their personal injury compensation payout. Injured people come to us at various stages with their personal injury claims, and we help them to maximise their compensation. In our observation,  we found that the top 3 reasons that that injured people fail to receive compensation, or had […]

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Pedestrian Injuries from Car Accidents

Pedestrians Injuries may entitle you to personal injury compensation In motor vehicle accidents, pedestrians are often more vulnerable than others. If you are hit by a car or any other type of motor vehicle in Western Australia, you may be entitled to compensation. In 2016 financial year, 397 million dollars was paid for motor vehicle accident […]

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Car Accident Compensation for pain and suffering: Non-Pecuniary Loss

Car accident compensation for pain and suffering is a type compensation for non-pecuniary loss. Non-pecuniary loss is often referred to as general damages. In this article we have provided more detail about non-pecuniary loss. Non-pecuniary loss / damage in a car accident injury claim Non-pecuniary losses are the intangible losses that is not readily quantifiable by […]

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CTP Insured Motor Vehicles Accident in Personal Injury Claims

Motor Vehicle Accident Payout If you are injured as a result of motor vehicle accident in Western Australia, you may be entitled to a compensation payout. Not all motor vehicles have CTP insurance cover, only accidents involving CTP insured motor vehicles qualify for a CTP compensation payout and benefit for personal injuries. Car accidents are the […]

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Whiplash Injury Compensation in Car Accident Personal Injury Claims

Car accident whiplash injuries are a type of motor vehicle accident injury in Western Australia and often results in personal injury claims in WA. This type of accident injury compensation claim is widely known as whiplash injury compensation. The term whiplash injury refers to the bodily damage and injuries during the process where the neck or cervical spine suddenly moves backward and […]

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What should I do after a Car Accident in Western Australia?

Western Australia has a government administered compulsory third party insurance scheme. This means that if a driver with Western Australian registration plates is at fault and causes personal injury in a car accident then you can make a personal injury claim through the Insurance Commission of Western Australia, the compulsory third party insurer set up by […]

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Liability of More Than One Person – Understanding Proportionate Liability

In 2002, following the collapse of HIH Insurance and other disasters such as the World Trade Centre incident in 2001, insurance premiums became more expensive. Insurers claimed that compensation payments relating to insurance policies were becoming unaffordable. Following the Ipp review, legislatures around Australia passed Civil Liability Acts which were similar in content. The New […]

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