The Motor Accidents Authority regulates the NSW CTP Scheme and its participants, provides education and information to stakeholders and service providers and operates an independent assessment and resolution service.
Our vision and role is to lead and support a Compulsory Third Party scheme that minimises the social cost of motor vehicle accidents by:
- Delivering and supporting injury prevention initiatives
- Regulation, governance and planning for a competitive Compulsory Third Party scheme
- Provision of information on the scheme to stakeholders and general public
- Providing an effective and efficient medical and claims assessment service
- Providing services as the Nominal Defendant
- Promoting positive health and social outcomes through injury management and rehabilitation initiatives.
To achieve its objectives, the MAA works with a range of interested clients and stakeholders including:
- motor vehicle owners and other road users
- people injured as a result of a motor vehicle crash
- licensed Compulsory Third Party insurers who provide Green Slips
- medical and health professionals, hospitals and health facilities
- lawyers, Courts and the judiciary
- NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS), NSW Police and other road safety organisations and community groups
- NSW Department of Health and other relevant government agencies
- local government
- the media
- academics and researchers.