The following story, shared by “L”describes the all too familiar feeling that, once on the workcover system, many of us become a prisoner of our own body and are being driven to what “L” can only describe as a “spiraling emotional unhealthiness and depression….”
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The following Guest Post, submitted by ‘Mad Chef’ highlights that criminals get better (medical and like) treatment than injured workers…and that injured workers would actually be better off in prison.
The workcover system is, in my seriously injured opinion, designed to do one thing and that is to remove all “responsibility” from the injured worker, and alas, remove all control from the injured worker, which –all too often– leads to desperation, frustration and a myriad of secondary psychological injuries.The following somewhat controversial article aims to make injured workers think hard and show a potential way to stay in control of their claim.
The following post regarding a lengthily and ongoing Pre-Injury Average Weekly Earnings (PIAWE) dispute and question(s) in Victoria was submitted via our “Guest Post” section by “Mad Chef”.