Workers Compensation Law Manual Queensland

Workers Compensation Law Manual Queensland

By Anna Hendry, Lisa BLUMKE


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Date: 19/12/2006

Code: 41167550

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The service is a reference and practice guide and provides a practical step by step guide to handling a workers’ compensation claim, including establishing liability, types of claim, making a claim and common law claims. Each step is analysed and discussed in detail with references to reported and unreported decisions and to relevant legislation. It contains practical tips, step-by-step guidelines, checklists, forms and precedents plus the text of relevant legislation including the complete Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 and the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

The commentary analyses decisions not only of the Queensland Courts but also of other jurisdictions.

The authors of the service are Anna Hendry, Senior Associate at HopGood Ganim Lawyers, and Lisa Blumke, an accredited specialist in personal injuries law.

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