NSW Workers’ Compensation Payout Guide
You’ve been injured at work. You can’t believe that this has happened to you. You might need to attend the hospital, your GP or a specialist for treatment. But after the initial shock has subsided, one of your next questions will likely be “What compensation am I entitled to?” It’s a fair question. You may be receiving a reduced income, or no income at all. You have expenses to pay – perhaps a mortgage or rent, groceries, bills, expenses relating to your kids. And you could now have the added expense of medical treatment.
This Bourke Legal Guide will answer all of your questions regarding your entitlements to compensation
after a NSW work injury.
Commonly Asked Questions:
NSW Workers’ Compensation Claims Guide
We get it. Being on workers comp isn’t where you want to be. You wouldn’t wish this experience on anyone. Aside from the pain and suffering you go through, the workers compensation scheme is frustrating, demeaning, and above all, confusing. We’re here to help you find your way through it.
In this guide, we’re going to answer the first commonly asked questions that injured workers like you have when starting out on the workers compensation journey.
Workers’ Compensation and How to Claim It
If you’ve suffered an injury at work, you’re going to need to know how to claim workers’ compensation. At Bourke Legal we’ve created this Guide to help you understand the basics of making a claim for compensation and what benefits you might be eligible for.