Laws and legislation for your Pothole Compensation Claim in New South Wales
Any damage to your car because of a pothole in New South Wales may be a public liability claim. To claim for your pothole accident, you should be aware of the laws in New South Wales. These laws include the Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999. This act is designed to enforce state-wide safety on the roads of New South Wales. Any pothole damage to your car could give you reason to claim. Contact What’s My Claim Worth to find out more.
How do I make my pothole claim in New South Wales?
In New South Wales, you can make a claim about any pothole damage to Transport for NSW. Before you make your claim, you should follow the next steps:
- Gather as much information about the damage as possible; where were you driving? What damage to the vehicle was there? What time were you driving?
- Contact your insurer to see if you can get any emergency repairs.
- If it is safe to move your car off the road, please do so.
- Contact What’s My Claim Worth to make your claim.
What is the claims process?
What’s My Claim Worth can help you start the process to get the result you need in your pothole damage claim. Starting this legal process can result in monetary compensation for you, as well as potential new orders surrounding road rules in New South Wales.
It should be noted that this is not a necessarily easy process, but it is worth seeing if you can make a claim. Start the process today and speak to What’s My Claim Worth, to see whether your pothole accident case can progress.
Why should I choose What’s My Claim Worth?
What’s My Claim Worth’s claim compensation calculator can help you to understand the value of your claim, as well as your eligibility to claim. Once confirmed, we can then put you in touch with the best legal professionals to handle your pothole accident claim — No Win, No Fee (excluding defendant costs if the claim is litigated).