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Coal Workers' Pneumoconiosis in Queensland

On 31 August 2017, the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation (Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2017 passed through…

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When Does the 5% Threshold Apply in Queensland?

On 29 October 2013, the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation and Other Legislation Amendment Act was passed.  That Amendment Act amended…

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Aggregate or Perish: Why and How Injured Workers are Trying to Make it All Add Up

In the New South Wales workers compensation scheme, as in others around Australia, injured workers are seeking to maximise their…

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South Australian Employment Tribunal Practice Direction No: 28 Global Settlement and Resolving S56 and S58 Entitlements

Historically, some Compensating Authorities and Self-Insured Employers have often approached settlement negotiations during a workers’ compensation dispute on a global…

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Premium Hit: When WorkSafe Classifies an Employer’s Contractors as Workers

For employers who rely heavily on contractors, a decision by the regulator to classify those contractors as workers may have…

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4th Edition – National Workers Compensation Quarterly Review

Welcome to the latest edition of HWL Ebsworth’s National Workers Compensation Quarterly Review. We are delighted to bring you another…

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