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The mental health impacts of injury and illness

Many people are surprised when I tell them I’m a social worker at Slater and Gordon Lawyers. “What’s a social worker doing at a law firm?” is one of the common questions I get asked. But once I explain my role to people, the next question is usually “why don’t all firms offer social work services?" I was a hospital social worker for 21 years before starting at Slater and Gordon in 2009, my whole career, therefore, has been focused on assisting people who are injured or ill. In the acute and rehabilitation hospitals where I used to work, I assisted seriously injured patients on a wide range of services, from helping with their financial problems, lodging a claim for TAC,...

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Teddy Nguyen is just a regular guy

It was just a regular September night. Teddy who was 25 then, was having dinner at a friend’s house, where they made plans to see a movie. Before the movie, Teddy decided to drive his motorbike home first, so they could all travel together to the cinema. The trip home was less than two kilometres and it was a drive he’d done a thousand times before, but on his trip that night, he was struck by an L-plater on a night drive with her mum. Three years since his collision, Teddy now has a prosthetic left leg from his knee down. It was a hard choice deciding to amputate, but between the three options his doctors had presented, this was the one that best ensured him mobility in the future,...

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When you’re injured at work, one of the main priorities is getting medical treatment so you can get onto the road to recovery. However, medical treatments can be expensive and you don’t want to be out of pocket for these costs. That’s where WorkCover insurance comes in. WorkCover is a compulsory insurance that covers Australian employees, to provide them with benefits and financial support if they get injured or sick at work, regardless of who is at fault. Most workplaces must provide this insurance to their full-time, part-time and casual employees. If you’ve been injured at work the first thing to do is make a WorkCover claim. You should do this as soon as possible and once your...

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