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Have you suffered a work injury and need medical treatment, but the insurer has told you that you are out of time to claim it? This is a scenario many injured workers face every year, but don’t be alarmed as there may be a way around it. The section of the Workers Compensation Act that…
If you have a dispute with your workers’ compensation insurer that you have been unable to settle, your lawyer can file an application at the Personal Injury Commission (the PIC) to begin the legal process of resolving the dispute. The PIC is an independent tribunal which resolves disputes about workers’ compensation claims and motor vehicle accidents…
It’s that time of year - Christmas party season! And whilst workplace Christmas parties are a great opportunity to bond with colleagues and have some fun after working hard all year, what should you do in the (unlikely but possible) event that things go wrong? First things first. Does an injury at a workplace…
If you have been injured at work in New South Wales, you'll likely come across the acronym IRO, short for Independent Review Office. In this podcast, Associate Melissa Arndell explains how IRO can help injured workers in NSW.
If you've been injured in a work accident, the last thing you need is an employer who is pressuring you to not make a workers' compensation claim. In this podcast, Senior Associate Jessica Prasser shares some practical steps to take if you are in this unfortunate circumstance.
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