Queensland law states that workplaces must be insured for workers’ compensation in the event when an employee sustains a work-related injury. As compensation claims operate on a no fault basis, the insurer (usually Work Cover Queensland) pays the medical expenses and wages of the injured employee regardless of what caused the injury. This sounds like … Read more
If you have suffered an injury at work or in the course of your employment, you may be eligible to claim workers’ compensation benefits. In Queensland, employers must insure their workers with Work Cover Queensland under a Car accident lawyers in Brisbane Insurance Policy. Some employers are self-insured and manage their own workers’ compensation claims. … Read more
Motor vehicle accidents can result in serious injuries and financial hardship. It’s essential to be aware of your compensation rights if you are involved in an accident that was not your fault.
Workers’ Compensation claims fall under two distinct categories; common law and statutory claims. Understanding these two systems can save a lot of confusion in the long run so we’re taking the time to explain these types of claims and the processes they involve.
When you suffer an injury or unfair treatment, your focus should be on recovering from any emotional distress or disruption to your daily life. Once you are on the road to recovery, it’s important to begin pursuing a dispute settlement or compensation claim as soon as possible. Below, we list some of the most common … Read more