WorkCover Claims – compensation for injured workers

If you are injured at work and need medical treatment or time off work, you may be eligible for compensation which could include payment of your wages and treatment expenses.

You may also be able to get lump sum compensation if you’ve become permanently impaired.

Additionally, if you are unable to work following your injury, you may also be eligible for superannuation benefits.

To understand the range of entitlements available to you, you should speak to an experienced WorkCover lawyer.

Arnold Thomas & Becker has an experienced team who can assist advise you on your all your entitlements.  It is important that you speak to a lawyer if you are thinking about lodging a WorkCover claim or to get advice on an existing claim.

It costs you nothing to speak to one of our lawyers, so get in touch now for free advice.

What can I claim?

If you are injured at work in Victoria, you may be able to claim the following weekly payments, medical expenses and lump sum payouts:

Workers Compensation PaymentDescription
Weekly paymentsThese are payments to compensate you for lost income while you’re off work.
Medical expensesPayment of your medical, hospital, ambulance, rehabilitation (including home help) and travel expenses.
Permanent impairment payoutA lump sum compensation payout to cover permanent impairment as a result of work-related injury or illness.  Your lawyer can assist you assist in making a permanent impairment claim.
Work injury damages payout  Also know as a common law claim, this is a lump sum payout for damages if your injury was caused by your employer’s negligence

Getting started

Tell us about your claim – speak to one of our friendly lawyers today to found out what you can claim

We will assess your case for free – our lawyers will ask questions to help them understand what happened and to help you get everything you are entitled to

Start your claim – we will explain what your entitlements are and provide you with details of our No Win No Fee offer.  You can then decide on whether you would like to proceed.

For more information about WorkCover claims, visit our workers compensation page.

To speak to one of our experienced workers compensation lawyers today, you can either call us on 1300 333 300, fill out the form below or send us an email at [email protected]