Podcasts

Listen to Bourke Legal’s podcasts to learn more about personal injury and compensation claims.

How Can an Injured Worker in NSW Afford Legal Advice?

In this podcast, Bourke Legal Associate Melissa Arndell answers the commonly asked question, “How Can an Injured Worker in NSW Afford Legal Advice?”

The 5 Essential NSW Workers’ Compensation Tips

  Pania Watt: I wanted to talk today about a few tips for people who are experiencing being on workers compensation. I know it’s a really difficult and confusing process. It’s hard for people who are struggling with pain physically or mentally, to also at the same time try to process and make sense of… Read More »The 5 Essential NSW Workers’ Compensation Tips

Workers’ Compensation Medical Expenses Explained

  If you’re currently on workers compensation in New South Wales, you would appreciate all the complexities involved. One such complexity is medical expenses. In particular, who pays for what? In this podcast, Jessica Prasser, a compensation lawyer from Bourke Legal, explains what you need to know without the jargon. So Jess, what types of… Read More »Workers’ Compensation Medical Expenses Explained

What is the Personal Injury Commission and What Does it Do?

Transcript Intro: You’re listening to a Bourke Legal Podcast. Dan: In New South Wales in 2020, there was important legis9lation enacted relating to people injured in motor vehicle accidents or work-related accidents. And a key feature of that legislation was the establishment of the Personal Injury Commission. To discuss what it is and how it… Read More »What is the Personal Injury Commission and What Does it Do?

What is “Permanent Impairment” in New South Wales?

Transcript Intro: You’re listening to a Bourke Legal podcast. Dan: If you have been injured at work and are considering compensation, it’s likely that you may have heard of the term permanent impairment. But what is it and how does it impact upon any compensation that you may receive? Well, to find out today, I’m… Read More »What is “Permanent Impairment” in New South Wales?

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