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Workers Compensation & Workplace Negligence

Workers Compensation is a statutory no-fault scheme. As long as you have had an injury in the course of your employment, you are entitled to statutory benefits including:

  1. Wage compensation
  2. Treatment expenses
  3. Domestic assistance
  4. Lump sum compensation for pain and suffering

If the injuries you have suffered connected to your Workers Compensation claim are significant enough, you may be entitled to bring a further claim against your employer for negligence.

Superannuation / TPD claims

People who can no longer work in a field in which they have education, training or experience may be entitled to claim an insurance benefit through their superannuation fund.

Depending on your policy, your insurance may entitle you to:

  • Lump sum for TPD
  • Periodic Income Protection
  • Early release of your superannuation balance

Public Liability

Public Liability claims include accidents that occur in public places or on someone’s property , like slipping in a shopping centre, or tripping on a footpath.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motorists in NSW involved in an accident have statutory rights for the first 52 weeks post incident regardless of who was at fault.

These rights include:

  • Wage Compensation
  • Treatment expenses
  • Domestic assistance

Your ongoing rights and entitlements are determined by the severity of your injuries. You many be entitled to lump sum compensation if your injuries are significant.

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What we do

  • Workers Compensation
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Public Liability
  • TPD/ Superannuation
  • Negligence claims

Email: info@mdlg.com.au

Phone: (02) 9610 1046

Website: www.mdlg.com.au

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