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Workplace Injuries & Accidents - Your Rights

Have you been injured or involved in an accident in your workplace?
You may be entitled to compensation.

Workplace Injuries & Accidents

You’ve been injured at work, what do you do now?

Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers know how stressful it can be after a workplace accident when your livelihood and that of your family is at a risk. If you’ve suffered any type of workplace injury or have been involved in an accident of any type at your workplace, you need to ensure your rights are protected and your entitlements secured.

A workplace injury can cause ongoing health problems and impact on your ability to make an income, therefore it is important you take steps to understand your rights and entitlements as an employee.

If you have suffered any type of workplace injury, such as back or neck injury, or have been involved in an accident of any type at your workplace, then it’s important you contact us quickly.

Our Lawyers know everything there is to know about securing workers compensation benefits for injuries at work, as a result of breaches of duty of care and the result of poor worksite safety. We can assist you with a range of workplace injuries and accidents, across various industries, including:

Construction Site Injuries

Dust Diseases

Lifting or Manual Handling

Psychological Injuries

Serious Burns

When it matters to have the best advice on Workplace Injuries & Accidents, 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.

Did you know?

That making a workers compensation claim in New South Wales does not necessarily mean that your employer was at fault. This can help reduce any ill feelings that may arise between you and your employer.

Frequently asked questions

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You can call our office on 1800 059 278 to ask questions about your circumstances and talk obligation free to one of our lawyers to find out if you should proceed with a claim. Alternatively, contact us using the form below and we will be in touch with you soon.

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