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Get your car repaired properly after an accident

Under Australian Consumer Law, you're entitled to rectification for defective repairs. If your car was repaired poorly or incorrectly after an incident, we can help you get it repaired properly.

Restore your car to its proper condition

There's no reason to settle for poor quality. You're entitled to proper repairs.

Get back on the road sooner

We have a streamlined process that makes it easy for you to get fast, high-quality repairs.

Use our knowledge

We know our way around Australian consumer law, and we can help get what you're entitled to.

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Get advice on defective car repairs

Talk to a lawyer for advice on what you can do about your defective repairs.

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How we handle defective repairs

Communication conversation
1

Tell us about the problem and provide photos.

Document
2

We'll organise an assessor to inspect your vehicle.

Legal action
3

We liaise with the original repairer and insurer.

Legal outcome document
4

Get your car repaired properly by a reputable smash repairer.

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How we handle defective repairs

Communication conversation
1

Tell us about the problem and provide photos.

Document
2

We'll organise an assessor to inspect your vehicle.

Legal action
3

We liaise with the original repairer and insurer.

Legal outcome document
4

Get your car repaired properly by a reputable smash repairer.

How we handle defective repairs

Communication conversation
1

Tell us about the problem and provide photos.

Document
2

We'll organise an assessor to inspect your vehicle.

Legal action
3

We liaise with the original repairer and insurer.

Our defective repairs team

Our team of defective repairs lawyers are experts in both motor vehicle insurance claims and dispute resolution. We can help you get your faulty repairs corrected at a fixed cost.

Leigh Nikolakis

Principal Lawyer

John Stavris

Lawyer

Matthew McKinley

Associate

Get advice on getting defective repairs corrected.

Your lawyers for defective repairs

Experience you can rely on

We've seen hundreds of examples of faulty repairs and helped our clients receive the rectification works they are entitled to. We can help you get your car repaired properly.

We don't waste time

We have a simple, streamlined process for handling defective repair claims so you can get your vehicle back to its proper condition sooner. We can get to work on your claim immediately.

Clear and direct

We asses all cases on their merits and give you open, honest advice because we don't believe in wasting your time. We will also communicate with you in the form that suits you best.

Free consultation

We provide free consultations for all new clients. Tell us about your case and we can explain your options and the process for rectifying your defective repairs.

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Find out what you can do about defective repairs

Talk to our lawyers about your defective repairs and we will help you get your car repaired properly.

(03) 9813 4290
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What should I do if I am unsatisfied with my repairs?

If you are not satisfied with the repair work on your vehicle, your first step should be to speak to the repairer to see if they will remedy the work free of charge. If they do not agree to fix the defective repairs, speak to AANDI Lawyers, and we can help you.

Some common examples of defective repairs include:

  • Paint appearance is unusual
  • Chips and marking lines in the paint
  • Parts not installed correctly
  • Too much filler
What if my car was repaired by the other driver’s insurance company?

If your car was repaired after a not at fault claim, we will take action against the repairer to ensure your car is repaired to the proper standards. In this case, the repairer is the party responsible for ensuring the repairs are of an adequate standard.

What if I disagree with the repairer?

If the repairer, you have engaged, is unable to assist you in remedying the faulty repairs, you can engage an independent motor vehicle assessor to review the work. If they agree the repair work does not meet a reasonable standard or it has made the motor vehicle unsafe to drive, the assessor will refer you to a repairer to make good the defective works.

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