I am a Taxi Driver in the Parramatta area and was recently assaulted in my cab. I reported the incident to the police and they in-turn have charged the people involved. The case is due in court in February. In the meantime, I am now suffering anxiety attacks and I am not able to work. Am I able to receive any compensation, if I’m self-employed?
The Importance of Evidence in Workers Compensation Claims
A recent case before the Workers Compensation Commission of New South Wales, has highlighted the importance of having evidence to support a claim for workers compensation.
I am currently receiving Workers Compensation from an accident that I received whilst at work, it was a back injury and I have to have on-going treatment. However, the pain is now affecting my legs and is making it very hard for me to get around. I will soon need more help around the house and to get out and do shopping etc. My compensation doesn’t cover this. Am I able to go back and make a further claim? More
REVIEW OF THE WORKERS COMPENSATION ACT:-
What You Can Apply For And What You Need To Know
I had a workers compensation settlement a while ago for a back injury, but over the past year I have lost all feelings in my legs and am now confined to a wheelchair. More
Yes, it is possible to make a personal injury claim on behalf of your dead husband.
The process for making a personal injury claim and the amount of personal injury compensation you receive, depends on the situation in which your husband suffered his personal injury. More