Information for existing TAC clients
This section is for people who have an accepted TAC claim. If you have had an accident and need to lodge a claim, please visit the What to do after an accident section.
Here you will find information about the things the TAC can pay for and how to claim them.
You will also find information about the TAC's medical excess and if it applies to you.
The TAC's 'After your accident' videos also explain the ways that the TAC can help you after an accident.
The medical excess is the amount of treatment and support services you may need to receive before the TAC can start to pay. The medical excess does not apply to everyone. Visit this section to find out if the medical excess will apply to you and what you will need to do if it does.Find out more about the medical excess
The TAC pays for the reasonable cost of medical treatment, rehabilitation services, disability services, travel and household support services that you may need as a result of your accident injuries.Find out how TAC can help with treatment and support services
The TAC pays loss of earnings benefits for people who are unable to return to work because of their accident injuries. Loss of earnings benefits is a temporary income support while a person recovers enough to return to work.Find out how TAC can help with work and income support
The TAC can provide a range of support and services to help you and your family after an accident.Find out more about support for your home and family
Here you'll find a list of home help or attendant care providers. You can also access contact details of physiotherapists, occupational therapists and pain management providers who have skills and experience in treating TAC clients.Locate a health or service provider