How do I bring a common law claim for damages for a work injury?

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.

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