How do I bring a Common Law Claim for Damages for my work injury?
The Workers' Compensation & Rehabilitation Act 2003 and associated Regulations govern the procedural requirements for bringing and pursuing a Common Law Claim for Damages.
This also maintains the awards of damages in relation to work injury claims in Queensland.
If you want to bring a common law claim for damages over a work injury, then you need to read and understand the act before you start, but we have some other resources to try to help you as well.
I Need Help Understanding The Workers' Compensation & Rehabilitation Act
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We'll help you navigate the provisions of the Workers' Compensation & Rehabilitation Act 2003 and Regulations as it can be quite complex!
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This is why it's important that you obtain legal advice with respect to what compensation entitlements you may have under such legislation, and what steps you need to take to pursue and protect those entitlements.
We at The Personal Injury Lawyers will be able to provide you with this advice.
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Remember, strict time limits apply to claims for most injury compensation in Queensland and it's incredibly common for people to approach us far too late and many miss out.
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If you have been injured as a result of any vehicle such as car, bike or boat accident, or whilst at work, on holiday, or in many other situations you believe was caused by someone else's wrongful act or negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.
Even if you think your actions may have contributed to your injury, you may still have a claim well-worth pursuing but be quick as strict time limits apply to claims for most injury compensation in Queensland.
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