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Workcover et al may Google YOU too!

Did you know that the success of your work injury case also depends on your credibility. That is: that you are honest, are being trusted and believed in, in what you say and…do. This is especially true when you have an injury that is not (very) visible to the naked eye; for example a heart condition, a psychological injury, and even a back injury. So what you say and do, and whether you are believed is extremely important as this can make you win or loose your case.

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I was a private investigator, spying for insurance companies

Surveillance of injured workers  (and other claimants) is still rife and not (often) justified either, according to a very recent article on ABC News.

“In each case, I’d ask the claims officer what prompted the decision to track this claimant. Often the reasons were quite subjective.

“Her tone of voice last time we spoke was really suss,” one manager told me.

“I just get the sense there’s something dodgy about him,” said another.

Sometimes the only reason given was that the claim was taking a long time and was expensive. Surveillance was regularly ordered without evidence of a problem.”

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Work Cover-An Insurance Company’s Dream

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Hello,

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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