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MAIC is committed to promoting greater road safety for all Queenslanders and to ensuring Queensland’s CTP insurance scheme is respectful, safe and supportive for First Peoples injured in vehicle crashes through no fault of their own.

Through considered and extensive consultation with Elders, community members living with disability and organisations across Queensland, MAIC and disability Elder Uncle Paul Calcott have developed a suite of CTP insurance resources that respectfully reflects the diversity within local communities.

Watch Aunty Robyn’s story about how CTP helped support her family after a tragic car crash.

Watch how CTP insurance can help you, your passengers, or pedestrians get strong again after a car crash.

How CTP insurance can help you get strong again

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Even when you make all the right choices there's a chance you could still be involved in an accident
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Your car's registration gives you your compulsory third party insurance (CTP insurance)
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CTP insurance will help your passengers or anyone else hurt to get the help they need
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If the accident wasn’t your fault, CTP insurance will help you get strong again

If you have been in an accident recently and you are not sure what to do you can call the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service (ATSILS) free call 1800 012 255 and have a yarn with someone that will help you out

1800 012 255

Free resources available

Download a poster (PDF, 2.5MB) or brochure (PDF, 3.8MB) you can print and use.

Contact us to request a printed copy to be mailed to you.

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