Have You Suffered a Serious Work-related Injury?

If you have been injured at, to or from work, you may be entitled to compensation. Having an expert legal team by your side will ensure you receive all the necessary information you require to get your health and financial situation back on track.

LHD Lawyers have been assisting injured workers with work compensation claims for over 25 years. Our experience, along with our team of passionate lawyers ensures we achieve the highest rate of successful outcomes for all the compensation cases we manage.

Who Can Claim Workplace Compensation?

It can sometimes be difficult to know you have the right to claim workers compensation. It doesn’t matter if you were injured at your workplace or during your time employed, you may still have a right to claim compensation.

It is important to understand that if you have suffered from a workplace accident, you must tell your employer as soon as possible. Strict time limits apply to workplace compensation. Our compensation experts will give you peace of mind knowing all deadlines and time limits are managed and met.

If you fall into one of the following employment conditions, you may be entitled for injury compensation:

  • Current or previous full-time employee
  • Part-time employee
  • Temporary employee
  • Subcontractor

Our expert workers compensation lawyers will be able to tell you whether or not you have a valid claim. Your case will be thoroughly reviewed, followed by a detailed plan of action.

What Types of Injuries Can I Claim For?

There are many different types of injuries covered by the workers compensation scheme; the most common include: 

  • Injuries that limit you from performing your everyday work duties;
  • Injuries that prevent you from working full-time or part-time;
  • Illness or disease brought on or aggravated by workplace conditions;
  • Hearing loss, psychological disorders and degenerative diseases resulting from workplace environment.

What Compensation Am I Entitled To?

This all depends on your situation. Once our expert compensation team have reviewed all aspects of your case, they will be able to give you a rough estimate of what to expect. Generally you can claim compensation for:

  • Pain and suffering caused;
  • Compensation for any medical expenses or rehabilitation;
  • Loss of income.

How Long Will it Take to Receive Compensation?

No two cases are the same. Complex cases generally take longer to reach a compensation agreement; while smaller cases may result in a faster settlement.

At the time of your initial consultation, your compensation lawyer will be able to give you a better idea of what to expect.

How Much Will I Have to Pay?

We strongly believe that all Australians should be able to have their workplace compensation case properly represented regardless of their financial situation. That’s why our claims are backed by our No Win No Fee policy. You don’t pay our legal fees unless we win your compensation claim!

If you have been involved in a workplace accident or believe you are entitled to compensation, give us a call on 1800 455 725 to arrange a free consultation.