COMPENSATION for INJURY CLAIMS made in Australia
There are different types of claims that can be made for different types of accidents. In Australia each state differs depending on the type of claim you are running. It is important to seek legal advice when being injured at work, on the road, in a public place and even at home. When investigating the possibility of a claim there are factors to consider such as; who is negligent, how could the incident have been prevented, was the incident foreseeable and more. To find out more about your rights. Please contact us for assistance or click here for more information on Australian State-based Laws for Injury Compensation Claims.
Workers Compensation Claims for people injured at work, or driving to/from/during work
Injuries sustained at work can be unexpected and very stressful. Workplace injuries can vary under the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 from repetitive strain, office ergonomics, industrial deafness, industrial/machinery accidents, faulty equipment, heavy lifting, poisoning, driving to and from work, driving during work hours and workplace fatalities. If you have been injured, your employer’s insurer may cover you for medical expenses and time off work. This can assist you while you rehabilitate and plan to return to work. If you are not sure whether you are on the right track or you don’t fully understand your rights, please contact for further information about your injury claim. For further information about gaining immediate or long-term Financial Assistance for minimising the impact your injuries have on your life, please click here to read further about Claiming Financial Compensation for Injuries sustained in Work-related Accidents (including accountability for the short & long term impact of such injuries on individuals).
Motor Vehicle Accident Claims for drivers & passengers injured or perish in traffic accidents
Motor vehicle accidents are always unexpected and become very worrying. You may have rights if you are the driver found not at fault or if you are an injured passenger in an accident. Types of accidents under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 can include car accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, and motorbike accidents. Accidents under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 are not only for psychical injuries; it includes psychological injury, trauma, and fatality. Contact us for assistance or visit this link to continue reading oh how to lodge compensation claims when injured in a Motor Vehicle Accident.
Public Liability Accident Claims for people seriously injured in public & not at fault/negligent
Injuries sustained in a public place can sometimes be unpredictable. Personal Injury accidents that full under the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002 include slip and fall, private property accidents, poisoning, school accidents, faulty products, sporting incidents, boating and plane accidents, dog attacks, other animal attacks, accidents resulting from animals and more. Please contact us for more information or assistance. Alternatively, you can continue reading more information on Personal Injury Compensation Claims.
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▷ Injury Claims are normally grouped into these three (3) accident type categories - select one to continue: