Workers Compensation Law Manual Qld eSub

Workers Compensation Law Manual Qld eSub

By Ross Parsons, John Wynyard, Ramon Loyola

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Date: 01/12/2014

Code: 41594352

Thomson Reuters, AUSTRALIA

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Workers Compensation Law Manual NSW is a comprehensive guide to workers’ compensation law in New South Wales.

The service provides a practical step by step guide to handling a workers’ compensation claim, including establishing liability, types of claim, making a claim, implications for common law actions, liability to repay money to the Commonwealth, employers’ obligations and criminal offences. Each step is analysed and discussed in detail with references to reported and unreported decisions and to relevant legislation. The service covers important features of the Workers Compensation Act 1987 and Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998.

As well as practical tips and comments given throughout, the work also contains a number of precedents, benefits tables and practice notes.

Current contributing author to the service is Ramon Loyola, Principal Lawyer at WorkCover Independent Review Office. Previous contributing authors include John Wynyard, a barrister specialising in workers compensation and Rod Parsons, a deputy registrar of the Workers Compensation Commission.

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