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Workplace Claims

Workers Compensation Lawyers in NSW

Workplace claims can be a complicated process, but knowing that the expert workers’ compensation team at Paramount Compensation Lawyers is on your side makes all the difference. With extensive experience in workplace claims, we can assist with all your workers’ compensation needs.

Aiming to get the best outcome for you, our specialist workers compensation lawyers understand what you are going through and they work with experts to assess your past, present and future needs to ensure that you are properly compensated. Working on a no win, no fee basis means that you don't have to pay our legal fees unless we win your claim.

Should you pursue workers’ compensation?

  • Did you have a work related injury or accident?
  • Was your health affected in the workplace?
  • Did your workplace affect your wellbeing?
  • Did your work cause a pre-existing illness, disease or injury to worsen?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then you may be eligible to claim workers' compensation.

How To Claim Compensation: Workplace Claims

The first step to take after suffering an illness or injury in the workplace, is to report it to your employer within 30 days of you becoming aware of it. Your employer should assist you with obtaining the correct claim forms for you and your doctor to complete and attach to your medical certificate. Be sure to keep copies of these documents for your own records, but return the originals to your employer, who will have to sign them.

Lodge a copy of the claim form with your State's authority who handles workers' compensation.

Workers' compensation entitlements and laws vary by state and Paramount Compensation Lawyers can assist you with work related injury claims across Australia and in Campbelltown, Sydney, Brisbane, Central Coast, Wagga Wagga, Griffith, Hong Kong and New York.

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