Claiming For Work Stress & Depression

Work-related stress anxiety & depression is common & can stem from a single event or over a period of time. Find out more or get a FREE claim assessment.

Employer’s Obligations When Working With Ageing Workforce

Workcover Queensland has recognised the workplace health and safety issues arising as a consequence of the increased retirement age in Australia in more recent times. The following article has been issued by WorkCover Queensland advising employers what they should be aware of when engaging the skills of more mature workers…

List of Workers’ Compensation Self Insurers

Not all workers’ compensation claims are managed by WorkCover Queensland.  If your employer is licensed as a self-insured, your workers’ compensation claim will be managed by the self-insurer…

Compensation For Psychological Injuries At Work

When we talk about pure psychiatric injury claims, we are talking about a claim where the worker suffers from a psychological condition and the work event has not caused physical injury. Find out more…

WorkCover Rejected Your Injury Claim?

What is Workcover Queensland? How can I contact Workcover Queensland? What do I do if Workcover Queensland reject my claim? Get in touch and we’ll help.

Your Right Of Review If Work Injury Claim Is Rejected

If you’re unhappy with a decision on a claim, you can appeal the decision through Q-COMP, the Workers Compensation Regulatory Authority. Q-COMP are independent from WorkCover Queensland and impartially review decisions made by Queensland’s workers’ compensation insurers…

What To Do When Receiving A WorkCover Notice Of Assessment

At the end of your workers’ compensation claim, Workcover may issue you with a Notice of Assessment. This document will set out your work injuries and accord a percentage impairment for each injury. The impairment for the specific injury will have a correlating monetary amount being the statutory compensation amount for the injury…