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All workers in New South Wales are covered under workers compensation insurance, including full time, part time or casual employees.

Worker’s compensation is intended to provide financial support to employees that have suffered an illness or injury in the course of their work.

Having an ongoing, pre-existing condition can seriously affect not just your enjoyment of life but also your ability to make a living.

Lump sum compensation for permanent impairment is an insurance benefit that you may be able to claim under workers compensation insuran

Our client was a young man backpacking in Australia from the United Kingdom at the time of his accident. He was healthy, fit, a personal trainer and a semi-professional soccer player.

Our client, a 62 year old truck delivery driver, sustained injuries to his back and leg in the course of his employment.

It is estimated that thousands of workers will potentially be cut off from their weekly compensation benefits in 2017.

Recent changes to the law now make the insurer liable to pay your legal costs for advice regarding a review of a work capacity decision.

If you have been injured during the course of your employment you may have a right to claim for your time off work, medical expense and even a lump sum for your injuries.