Have you been injured at work, on the roads, hurt on duty or in a public place? It’s likely that you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
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If you’re injured at work, it’s likely you’ll not only need immediate medical attention but also ongoing treatment to aid in your recovery and rehabilitation. Medical consultations can be expensive, particularly if your injury requires specialist treatment. It’s easy to quickly find yourself significantly out-of-pocket, despite the fact your injury may be covered under a… Read More »Why You Need to Keep Records to Recover Out-of-Pocket Expenses in Workers Compensation Matters (NSW)
In this podcast, Bourke Legal Associate Melissa Arndell answers the commonly asked question, “How Can an Injured Worker in NSW Afford Legal Advice?”
The NSW workers’ compensation scheme – and the legislation which supports it – is difficult to navigate at the best of times. Not only is the legislation itself difficult to navigate, but different legislation applies to different classes of workers. For example, Police officers, paramedics and firefighters are subject to different legislation to most. For… Read More »IRO and NSW Workers’ Compensation
If you’ve been injured in an accident and believe you may be entitled to compensation, it’s important you act as soon as possible. Each Australian state and territory has laws governing how long a person has to make a compensation claim. Generally, the time limit on action for compensation is three years from the date… Read More »Been Injured, Considering Compensation? Time May Be Running
Every year thousands of people experience a mishap in a public place that leads to injury, serious or otherwise. In many cases, compensation may be available to the injured person to cover the costs of medical treatment, lost income, pain and suffering, domestic assistance and other expenses. Such claims are called public liability claims. Some… Read More »What Should You Do If You’re Injured in a Public Place in NSW?