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The Personal Injury Lawyers Blog

Workplace Accident & Injury Compensation In Queensland

There are jobs that are simply dangerous by nature, so in this situation it is important to ensure the safety of the workplace as well its workers.  There are other jobs that aren’t dangerous in nature, and this is where employers need to take into consideration the overall health and wellbeing of employees…

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Choosing The Best Compensation Lawyers For Your Claim

Suffering an injury at work or in other circumstances sometimes cannot be avoided. These incidents lead to workers compensation and/or public liability claims, and eventually at some point you will need legal advice. But how do you choose the best compensation lawyers that will assist you in your claim? Here are some tips that you can use in selecting the right compensation lawyer…

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What To Know About Hiring A Compensation Lawyer

Some people don’t bother with compensation claims, thinking they are a waste of time and would only complicate their lives further. After a serious injury, you can be so thankful you’re alive that you just brush the matter off and want to get on with your life. Besides that, hiring good compensation lawyers usually costs money.

Perhaps one of the biggest mistakes they could ever make is not seeking compensation…

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Self-Insurer In A Work Injury Case & Where To Find Them?

WorkCover Queensland is the workers’ compensation insurer established by the Queensland Government to provide workers’ compensation benefits (Statutory Benefits) to workers who are injured in the course of their employment in Queensland, and insurance coverage for the employers of such workers…

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WorkCover Assessment of Degree of Permanent Impairment

For workers injured from 15 October 2013 onwards, their injuries will be assessed for a Degree of Permanent Impairment (DPI) using the new Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment (GEPI).For psychiatric injuries, DPI assessment must be conducted by the Medical Assessment Tribunal (MAT).

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