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For FREE Accident at Work Claims Advice, call us on 1300 662 696

Work Injury Compensation is a legal advisory service.

Making a Claim

Who'll pay your compensation?

If you are injured at work you may be entitled by law to make a claim for compensation.

Your employer is insured, so your employer is required by law to take out insurance cover against staff accidents.

The Insurance co. covers you! This means that your employer's insurance company pays out the compensation, and not your employer.

Work Injury Compensation Lawyers

Work Injury Compensation is a legal advisory service.

We provide...

  • Free Legal Advice - how to lodge a WorkCover claim, your options, legal rights & entitlements
  • Free Consultation and free case review
  • Advice on negligence claims (Common Law Claims)
  • "No Win, No Fee" legal representation by an our Lawyer if legal representation is required.
Did you have an Accident at Work or During Work Hours?
  • If you have suffered an injury at work, the first thing to do is Report the Incident to your employer and follow company procedures.
  • Then, you must seek immediate Medical Attention at which time you should ask the Doctor for a Workers Compensation Medical Certificate. You will need this before you can lodge your 'Application for Compensation' with WorkCover Queensland.
  • The next important step is to Seek Legal Advice from a work injury Lawyer to discuss your Queensland Workers Compensation Claim, particularly if the injury you have suffered is permanent and / or your injury is a result of negligence.
What is Workers Compensation?
Workers Compensation is a compulsory Government scheme to provide employers security and workers with access to insurance if they are injured on the job. If you have suffered a permanent injury at work, WorkCover Queensland can arrange an assessment to measure the permanent impairment and a lump sum offer may be made.
Before you accept WorkCover's recommended lump sum offer ...Seek Legal Advice.

This isn't about a so-called "compensation culture", it is about your legal and moral right to compensation where you have suffered as a result of the negligence of others.

When you receive a "Notice of Assessment" or "letter of offer" from Work Cover Queensland, you should seek legal advice as you may be entitled to a "Common Law Claim". In Queensland, if you sign the Notice of Assessement you will be prevented from pursuing a "Common Law" damages claim. This is why it is recommended you seek legal advice before you sign or accept anything!

Latest Case Studies

Injured worker wins $1.2 million, court finds "common practice" flawed

A mining employer has been ordered to pay an injured labour-hire worker - who fell from a steep ladder on a 50-tonne dump truck - more than $1.2 million, after the NSW Court of Appeal confirmed that "common practice was not necessarily prudent practice".

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High Court rules on engineering controls, worker wins $265K

The High Court has found that WOMA Pty Ltd, which supplied a hose and vacuum truck to a Hydrosweep Pty Ltd worker, was liable for the injury. A Hydrosweep worker who was seriously injured when his arm was sucked into an industrial-strength vacuum hose has been awarded $265,000 compensation. Continue reading

Storage error costs employer $490K in damages

The Victorian Supreme Court has awarded a packaging worker $490,000 in damages after considering the extent of the workers physical and psychological pain and suffering, and her reduced earning capacity. The worker was injured after a heavy pallet that was not safely stored fell on her leg, causing multiple injuries. Continue reading

Injured worker wins $700K in damages despite congenital condition

A permanently injured Queensland worker has been awarded nearly $700,000 in damages, after a judge rejected claims that part of the payout should be halved due to the worker's psychiatric disorder and congenital foot deformities. "A discount of the size contended for by the defendants would place excessive weight on adverse contingencies," Justice Peter Applegarth said. Continue reading

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