If you have been injured at work in New South Wales at work or on your way to or from work you may be entitled to compensation.
We have recovered compensation for our clients for a range of work related injuries, including (but not limited to) the following:
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- Neck and back injuries;
- Upper and lower limb injuries;
- Carpal tunnel syndrome;
- Electrocution injuries;
- Neurological injuries;
- Head injuries;
- Burn injuries and scarring;
- Soft tissue / strains/ sprain injuries;
- Repetitive strain injuries;
- Internal injuries;
- Chemical and asbestos exposure;
- Industrial deafness;
- Psychiatric/psychological injuries;
- Dependency claims in cases of fatal accidents.
If you have sustained a workplace injury you may be entitled to the following, irrespective of fault or responsibility:
- Workers' Compensation Benefits
- Medical and Rehabilitation Expenses;
- Lump Sum Compensation;
- Common Law Damages.
You should also be aware that:
If you have sustained an injury whilst travelling to or from your workplace, then you may have rights to claim Workers' Compensation as well as other rights to compensation at law, ie. in negligence, trespass, motor vehicle accident claims, public liability claims etc.
Even though you may be termed an independent contractor, contractor or sub-contractor by the party engaging your services when your work injury occurred, it may be the case that you have rights to claim for Workers' Compensation, Lump Sum Compensation and/or Common Law Damages, as a "worker" under workers' compensation legislation.
At KQ Lawyers, we have Solicitors who work solely on work injury claims, and who can assist with your enquiries.
Strict time limits apply in relation to lodging your claim for Compensation and which may result in you not being able to proceed with your claim. It is therefore imperative that you do not delay in investigating your claim rights and ensuring that your rights are protected.
For free advice on whether you have a claim to pursue contact our personal injury solicitors on 4862 2020