Have you suffered an injury at work or a work related injury?
If you have been injured in the course of your employment, in a work accident or an accident on your way to or from work or during a work break, you may be entitled to workers' compensation or common law damages, or both.
For over 30 years The Personal Injury Lawyers have been recovering compensation for Queensland's injured workers in all forms of industry and for a wide range of work related injuries, including, but not limited to:
- Cervical spine (neck) injuries;
- Thoracic spine (mid / upper back) injuries;
- Lumbar spine (lower back) injuries;
- Shoulder injuries (rotator cuff, labral tears etc);
- Upper and lower limb injuries (injuries to arms and legs);
- Knee, ankle and feet injuries;
- Hand and wrist injuries;
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome;
- Electric shock injuries;
- Head injuries;
- Neurological injuries;
- Burn injuries;
- Soft tissue, strain and sprain injuries;
- Repetitive strain injuries (RSI);
- Musculo-skeletal & musculo-ligamentous injuries (eg whiplash injuries);
- Disc bulge and disc protrusion injuries;
- Spinal lesions and swelling;
- Serious spinal injuries (eg, paraplegia, quadriplegia and tetraplegia lesions);
- Internal injuries;
- Hernia injury;
- Chemical and toxin exposure injuries (eg. poisons, mould, asbestos);
- Industrial Deafness;
- Foreign body injuries;
- Eye injuries;
- Amputation injuries;
- Crush injuries;
- Psychiatric and psychological injuries;
- Respiratory injuries;
- Aggravation to a pre-existing injury or condition;
- Dependancy claims in cases of fatal accidents.
If my injury is only minor, do I have a claim worth pursuing?
People sometimes think that because they have suffered what they consider to be a minor injury, such as a whiplash or jarring injury in an accident, which seems to improve in the weeks or months following the accident, that it is not worthwhile making a claim. Unfortunately, what often appears to be a minor injury following an accident, can end up being quite a debilitating injury over time.