Workplace Accident Compensation Claim



Can I Make A Workplace Accident Compensation Claim?

A workplace accident compensation claim in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and across Queensland depends on the circumstances of your accident.

For your claim to be considered legitimate, it must meet the following requirements:

  • Your wounds or illness need to be factually work-related
  • Your employer has workers compensation insurance (in Australia, nearly all employers are legally required to have this insurance)
  • You are an employee of the organisation you intend to make a claim against (or were an employee at the time you were injured)

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Who Can Claim Work Injury Compensation?

If you have suffered a work related injury, or have had an accident on the way to or coming from your work, you may well be entitled to work injury compensation or workers comp as more commonly known. If you have a contract with an employer, then in most cases you can make a claim.

The following types of workers can claim compensation:

✔ Full-time employees

✔ Part-time employees

✔ Casual employees

✔ Self-employed workers (in some cases)


How Much Compensation Will I Receive For My Work Accident Compensation Claim?

The amount of compensation you receive will be determined by calculating the monetary value of your injuries and their impact on your quality of life.

Call one of our Lawyers for free to get a better idea about your claim, because all your circumstances can have an impact on what you can claim).

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Contact Us - Accident Law. Brisbane, GC & QLD Accident Injury Lawyers

Call us on 1800 958 498 or fill in a short form and we’ll call you back. Either way you’ll know where you stand with your accident and be better informed to take next steps.