What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover?
Workers Compensation covers a range of expense requirements that may occur as a result of a work-related injury. For example, medical expenses as a result of the treatment required from the injury and rehabilitation. Workers Compensation can also help with the return to work and helping you when days off from work are required due to your injury. It also covers a loss of wages when you are incapacitated for work as a result of your injury. There are many types of workplace injuries covered by workers’ compensation which can mean you are entitled to compensation to assist you in getting back to full strength and returning to work quickly.
Workers Compensation law is very technical and the knowledgeable team at Bradford Legal are highly experienced in providing advice and fighting for your compensation rights. Our team will represent you in any dispute that may arise with respect to your workers compensation claim, which can include:
- a) an insurer or employer denying liability for your claim;
- b) an insurer or employer refusing to pay your reasonable medical expenses;
- c) an insurer or employer seeking to stop your compensation entitlements such as your weekly compensation payments (wages);
- d) disputes about impairment assessments.
We understand that making a workers’ compensation claim for injuries in the workplace can be a complicated and involved process—especially when you’re sick or injured. That’s why our team of workers’ compensation lawyers can help lessen the burden. We specialise in these claims, so we’re familiar with what you’re going through and understand your needs.
Don’t struggle through the claim process on your own, if you have been injured at work in Western Australia we are here to fight for the compensation you deserve. To book your obligation free appointment, get in touch with our team today.