The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released a report on work injuries from July 2017 to June 2018 whic h shows that th number of of injured workers receiving financial assistance and workers compensation has dramatically decreased.
South Australia’s workers compensation legislation treats psychiatric and physical injuries very differently. More so than many other parts of Australia, according to the Law Report on ABC 7 August 2018. Continue Reading…
Hello my dearest fellow injured friends, (and supporters.)
I know it’s been ages since I wrote anything on my site, and I apologise profusely, but let me assure you that not one day goes past where I don’t think about you all.
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This is for all people who have, or have had, a Workers Compensation Claim, in Western Australia, whose employer is insured & whose Insurer supposedly “disputes” liability, yet has NOT issued a statutory regulations form 3B-Insurers Notice That Liability Is Disputed (pursuant to s57A (3)(B) of the WCIMA, W.A.).
The first thing you should know is this…
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As an Occupational Therapist and approved provider for TAC and Worksafe to perform Home Assessments, I was interested to read somewhere in your forum(can’t find it again) the opinion that OT’s were biased towards the insurer.
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Does anyone know more info that could assist me with the below?
My Worker’s Compensation Claim for Stress leave due to bullying and harressment i was foprced to endure has been accepted s of the 14th of July for weekly payments and reimbursements.
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I was a teacher and was injured at work when I tripped on a student. I left work as my back was always crook and had a hard time sleeping because of the pain. I did not want to work with children being in pain and without any patience left.
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Dear Injured Workers,
I am writing today in the hope that I can help assist and protect many of you from the unethical and at times illegal behaviour of many workcover insurers. I myself was a victim of this disgusting and corrupt system from 2010-2014. That is maybe a story for another day.
Today I wish to inform injured workers of a very disturbing incident that happened to my injured wife. This occurred due to the appalling behaviour of a so-called Mobile Return to Work Specialist with a workcover insurer.
The following write-up was submitted via our Gust Post facility. It summarises the dreaded workcover 130 week cut-off weekly payments well.
Last week, NSW launched an inquiry into the possibility and feasability of a consolidated personal injury tribunal to resolve workcover disputes as well as CTP disputes. This was recommended by last year’s massive review of the NSW workers compensation system.