Health and disability service providers play an integral role in supporting the recovery and independence of a person injured in a transport accident. Any person looking to provide services to TAC clients can register using our simple registration form.Find out more about Registering with the TAC
In this section you'll find an A to Z list of TAC fees and policies for health and service providers dealing with a person injured in a transport accident. Broken down into industry categories, this section contains all the information you need to know about working with the TAC.
Find out more Fees and policies
This section contains a range of clinical tools and information to assist you in providing treatment to a person with a transport related injury, including the clinical framework for the delivery of health services. See the latest health research as well as the evidence reviews on treatment choices here.Find out more Clinical resources
Specific information for legal professionals is located in this section, including information on TAC legislation, dispute protocols, guidelines that the TAC uses for the recovery of legal costs and the guidelines for the funding of test cases.Find out more For legal professionals
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