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If I had an accident what would the TAC cover?

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The TAC is a no-fault scheme.

That means that regardless
of who caused a transport accident,

the TAC is able to support you
with medical and rehabilitation costs

as well as,
in some instances, income support.

However, if you've been charged with
a criminal offence or drink-driving,

you may not be eligible for
income support or lump sum payments.

The TAC is a no-fault scheme.  That means that regardless of who caused a transport accident, the TAC is able to support you with medical and rehabilitation costs as well as, in some instances, income support.

However, if you've been charged with a criminal offence or drink-driving, you may not be eligible for income support or lump sum payments.

For more see 'What the TAC pays for'.


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