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Nominal Defendant

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The Nominal Defendant is a statutory body established under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 for the purpose of compensating people who are injured as a result of the negligent driving of unidentified and/or uninsured (no CTP insurance) motor vehicles.

The Nominal Defendant can assist with information about existing claims lodged with the Nominal Defendant. If you have not yet lodged a claim with the Nominal Defendant, contact the Motor Accident Insurance Commission.

Inquiries regarding Compulsory Third Party personal injury claims as a result of a motor vehicle accident should be directed to the Motor Accident Insurance Commission CTP Helpline.

Last updated 22 August 2016