Rotator Cuff Shoulder Injury Compensation

Shoulder injuries in the workplace are on the rise according to a recent study, with 2 out of 3 incidents of shoulder pain due to rotator cuff complaints. Here, we look at the types of compensation available for rotator cuff and other shoulder injuries, and what you can do to get your life back on track if you've suffered a shoulder injury. [...]

2019-05-22T00:50:48+00:00 April 22nd, 2019|Categories: Cycling Injury, Motor Vehicle Injury, Personal Injury, TPD Claim, Workplace Injury|Tags: |

Outlays Funding

Outlays are expenses paid to pursue your claim. When it comes to "No Win. No Fee." payment agreements, it's important to be aware of the distinction between "fees" and "outlays" and to understand clearly what costs you're responsible for paying. The name "No Win. No Fee." suggests you won't be left out-of-pocket but that's not always the case. [...]

What To Do In A Bike Accident

If you're a cyclist, you'll know that riding on the road and navigating in traffic can be dangerous. What you do after a bike crash can affect what you can recover when you claim compensation for injuries or damages. Here's our step-by-step guide to ensure you protect yourself and have the info you need in case you decide to make a claim. [...]

2019-05-21T04:34:10+00:00 December 4th, 2018|Categories: Cycling Injury, Motor Vehicle Injury, TPD Claim, Workplace Injury|Tags: |

Top 5 Workplace Injuries And How To Avoid Them

Despite worker's compensation being available to protect employees in Queensland, the cost of workplace injury can still have negative financial and personal impact on an individual. In this blog, we provide some good tips and advice on what you can do as an employee to reduce your risk of being injured in the workplace.

2019-04-18T07:15:34+00:00 November 11th, 2018|Categories: Workplace Injury|Tags: |

Back Injury Compensation

If you’re reading this article there’s an 80% chance that you’ve suffered some form of back injury or back pain. Workplace-related back injuries remain one of the most common types of workplace injury. For those unlucky enough to fall victim, the ongoing implications can go far beyond the initial symptoms.

2019-04-12T05:07:30+00:00 November 1st, 2018|Categories: Workplace Injury|Tags: |