The same experiance as Snowflake… I can’t exactly remember what I had to submit for my claim so it must have been pretty straight forward.
The Ambo’s sent me a bill, I called TAC and then filled in their form for my claims (I think I had a police incident No. as well) and they sorted it out… Easy I was on a Holiday Visa at the time to so it appears to cover everyone… I didn’t have the details of the car that hit me, or the car that I then ricocheted into but that didn?t seem to matter as the Ambo report said that I had been involved in a RTA.
Oh and I should add… It’s worth contacting whichever hospital you were sent to, and asking to speak to the social worker there. They will know what does and doesn’t apply in your case and who you should contact, and in which order, for the best result.
That’s crap Blakey, sorry to hear it. Hope the wrist frees up.
Is it just me, or are those Copenhagen lanes the shittest things ever? I’d prefer to ride with the traffic than those things. Any car turning left off Swanston Street would have to come to a stop because they simply cannot see bikes that are riding in the Copenhagen lanes.
And as Blakey has just had painfully demonstrated, pedestrians can be even more oblivious and careless than car drivers…
Ok time for me to chime in with my story: Coming along Bridge last week when the traffic was at a stand still, and this silly cow starts walking out in front of me looking to her left. Even when I gave her the “Oi” the only thing that stopped me from taking her out was her bf grabbed her arm and dragged her out of my way.
I don’t think that TAC claims would apply to Cyclist vs Meat pylons, TAC only insures a vehicle that has managed to damage flesh. Private health cover and/or medicare are the only things that will pay for your medicals.