How to connect with us and others on Diary of a Workcover Victim
First a word about privacy
At a workcover victims diary your (and our) privacy is extremely important to us. Please be assured that all information collected from our injured readers (i.e. through the sharing of stories, commenting and participation in our forums) is kept strictly confidential and will not ever be shared with anyone.
There are many ways to connect with other injured workers on our humble, injured diary.
Commenting on articles and pages and sharing your story
You are most welcome, and in fact we strongly encourage you to comment on posts, articles, feedback and/or share your own stories.
You can use the “comment” form under each post (article) to comment. To do so you will need to use a name (which can be anything fictitious such as “victim”, “newbie”, “I hate them”, whatever) and an email address. The email address can be entirely made up as well, should you prefer to remain anonymous (mind you, using your real email address is also safe, as it will NOT be published and your email will only be visible to the blog’s administrator), however, due to potential hacking and/or snooping, we suggest you use an alias or even a fake email address at all times to comment (so that in the unlikely event of a successful hack your email address can not be stolen). A fictitious email address can be anything as long as there is a “@” in it and a ”com”; for example “firstname.lastname@example.org”; “email@example.com”.
Comments on posts older than 90 days are automatically closed. Should you wish to add a witty or smart comment,please contact us and consider it done. Comments are displayed with the newer comments at the top.
Note: aworkcovervictimsdiary does not insert comments on behalf of our readers – i.e comments on articles received via email.