Military Claims Queensland
Have you experienced serious abuse when serving as a member of the military or sexual abuse as a child when living in an institution? In either case, you may be entitled to compensation and/or a reparation payment for your suffering.
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Have you experienced serious abuse whilst serving as a member of the military?
If so, you may be entitled to damages and / or a reparation payment.
Damages may be sought by commencing a claim against the Australian Defence Force for pain and suffering, financial losses and medical expenses caused as a result of serious abuse.
A reparation payment may be sought first by lodging a complaint of serious abuse with the Commonwealth Ombudsman. Once lodged, the Ombudsman may then decide to make an award of financial reparation.
What is serious abuse?
Serious abuse means sexual abuse, serious physical abuse or serious bullying or harassment which occurred between two (or more) people who were employed in Defence at the time.
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