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If you’ve suffered an injury or illness because of work, you may be entitled to compensation. Our team of Workers’ Compensation lawyers in Sydney are experienced in helping injured workers maximise their claim, whilst minimising their stress.

Speak with our team to find out how we can help.

Our locations

We have offices throughout wider Sydney for your convenience, including:

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Our team of Sydney Workers’ Compensation lawyers

Our team are dedicated to supporting the local community with legal advice for Workers’ Compensation claims.

Jasmina Mackovic

Practice Group Leader

Karl Stephen Foster

Special Counsel

Maria Elphick

Associate

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We are the original No Win, No Fee* lawyers. This means that if you don’t win you don’t pay Slater and Gordon’s fees (the fees that we charge for the work we do on your case).

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Workers’ Compensation in NSW

Icare

icare provides insurance and support services to people who’ve suffered an injury at work. If you need to make a claim, you’ll need to get in touch with icare and their representatives.

SafeWork NSW

SafeWork NSW is the state’s workplace health and safety regulator. SafeWork NSW provides licenses and registration for potentially hazardous work, investigate workplace incidents, and enforce work health and safety laws

SIRA

The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) regulates the state’s insurance schemes, including the Workers’ Compensation. As the insurance regulator, you can get in touch with SIRA if you want to lodge a complaint or provide feedback about an insurer

For more information on how to make a Workers’ Compensation claim in NSW

Your entitlements

If you’ve been injured at work, you may be entitled to the following benefits:

  • Weekly payments to cover lost wages

  • Medical and hospital expenses

  • Support services such as rehabilitation and counselling

  • Payments to help you return to work or retrain

  • A lump sum impairment benefit

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