Health and service providers play an integral role in supporting the recovery of a person injured in a transport accident. In this section you will find all the information you need to work with TAC clients.
Less paperwork, more certainty
The TAC has unveiled key changes to reduce the paperwork required of service providers when they treat TAC clients. The changes are in support of the TAC 2020 Strategy, which aims to reduce road trauma and help clients get their lives back on track.
Medical excess no longer applies for clients whose accidents occured on or after 14th February 2018. Find out more about the changes to medical excess.
Approval of services
Starting in mid-March, the TAC will offer a wide range of pre-approved treatments and services, which you can deliver, and refer patients to, without sending an approval request or calling the TAC first. You can be assured of payment in line with the TAC fee schedule for any treatment or service on the pre-approved list, with no need to contact the TAC beforehand. Find out more about the upcoming changes.
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