You have been injured at work, what do you do now?
Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers know how stressful it can be after a workplace accident and when your livelihood and that of your family is at a risk. When it matters to have the best advice on Comcare Claims, talk to Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers.
If you are a Commonwealth, ACT Government employee or an employee of a company licensed to operate under the Comcare scheme and you have suffered an injury at work, you can claim compensation under the Safety Rehabilitation and Compensation (SRC) Act 1988 (Cth).
Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers know everything there is to know about the complexities of the Comcare scheme and securing workers compensation benefits for injuries at work.
It’s important to know that there are remedies available and that Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers will stand with you and help get things back on track.
If you have suffered an injury sustained at work or diseases caused, or contributed to, by your employment, such as cancers, strokes, heart conditions, psychological conditions or aggravations or exacerbations of a degenerative condition then it’s important you contact us quickly.
When it matters to have the best advice on your Comcare claim, talk to Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers. We offer a free no obligation consultation and we will also run your case under our no-win no-fee to us policy. To view our policy click here.
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About the author
Scott Dougall is the partner in charge of the Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers Parramatta office, servicing Western Sydney and beyond.
Scott is a Personal Injury specialist and expert litigator with more than 15 years' experience helping his clients resolve some of the most difficult and complex compensation cases. Since 2008 he has been recognised by the NSW Law Society as an accredited specialist in personal injury.
His experience has seen him represent clients with both large and small matters in all jurisdictions including the Workers’ Compensation Commission, District & Supreme Courts and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.