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Being injured at work can be a very daunting and stressful period in your life.

With our Skilled Workers Compensation Lawyers in your corner, you can be comfortable knowing that we have your best interests at hand and will fight compassionately to maximise the compensation you’re entitled to. We are committed in ensuring that our clients are supported throughout the whole process. 

Your Compensation is our reputation.

What can a Workers Compensation Lawyer do for me?

Suffering a workplace injury is not only physically painful, it can also be stressful and financially draining. This is where a workers’ compensation lawyer in NSW can provide invaluable assistance. They can help injured workers with their legal needs and guide them through the complicated process of making a claim.

A workers’ compensation lawyer can assist in gathering the necessary evidence to substantiate a claim, such as medical records and witness statements. They can also ensure the claim is lodged within the strict time limits, avoiding the risk of being barred from pursuing compensation entitlements.

At Alliance Compensation & Litigation Lawyers, we wear our hearts on our sleeves and treat our clients like family. We’re not just here to win your case, we’re here to make sure you’re supported and guide you through every step of the journey.

Can I claim Workers Compensation/Workcover?

If you have been injured at work, you may be eligible to claim workers compensation (formerly known as Workcover). Common work injuries that are covered by workers compensation in NSW include physical injuries such as broken bones, strains, and sprains, as well as psychological injuries such as anxiety and depression caused by workplace stress. 

If you’re not sure whether you are eligible for Workers Compensation, you can call us at 1800 184 357 or schedule a free consultation with one of our caring Workcover Lawyers in Sydney today.

What are my entitlements under Workers Compensation?

We believe that injured workers should be well informed about their entitlements under NSW’s Workers Compensation scheme. The team at Alliance Compensation & Litigation Lawyers can help you receive the following benefits under workers compensation:

  • Weekly compensation benefits while they are unable to work and earn an income due to a work-related injury. This ensures that they can continue to pay their bills and support themselves and their families during their recovery.
  • Medical & Rehabilitation expenses are also covered by workers compensation. Allowing injured workers can focus on their recovery without worrying about the financial burden of their medical bills.
  • Lump-sum payments for permanent impairment and work injury damages.

What is the claim process for Workers Compensation?

To make things simpler, we’ve outlined 7 easy steps you can follow to ensure that your claim goes as smoothly as possible.


Gather evidence about your injury


Notify your employer about your injury immediately


Notify the insurer about your injury


Retrieve your Workers Compensation Claim number


Seek medical treatment from your doctor


Obtain a 'Certificate of Capacity' from your doctor


Submit workers compensation claim form

Following these steps while you're dealing with a work injury can be very burdening, that's why our skilled Workers Compensation Lawyers are readily available to guide you through this.

Why Choose Alliance Compensation & Litigation Lawyers?

When you’re dealing with a workplace injury, the road to recovery can be long and difficult. The last thing you need is to navigate complex legal processes on your own. We are committed to making the legal process as stress-free as possible.

Our experienced Workers Compensation/Workcover Lawyers have helped thousands of Australians over 14 years receive the maximum compensation they are entitled to.. With our team by your side, you can trust that you’re in good hands.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Workers Compensation is a vital insurance program that helps employees who have been injured or become ill as a result of their job. This program provides financial and medical benefits to those who have been affected by work-related injuries or illnesses.

If you have suffered a work-related injury or illness, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages, medical treatment, and rehabilitation costs. To file a compensation claim, you will need to provide medical evidence to support your claim. This process can be stressful and time-consuming, but it’s important to seek the assistance of workers compensation lawyers who are experienced in navigating the legal processes and procedures required for filing a claim.

At Alliance Compensation & Litigation Lawyers, we make it our mission to provide personal and emotional support to our clients throughout the entire process. Our team of experienced lawyers is dedicated to achieving the maximum compensation for those who have suffered work-related injuries or illnesses, including claims for Total and Permanent Disability Compensation. We work hard to ensure that our clients receive the financial and medical support they need to recover from their injuries and return to their daily lives.

In NSW, the time limit to file a workers compensation claim is 6 months from the date of the injury or accident. It’s important to seek legal advice promptly to ensure a faster claim processing. Don’t let this time limit slip by without taking action.

However, the time limit may be extended under certain circumstances, such as when the injury causes a gradual onset of symptoms over time. Our experienced workers compensation lawyers in Sydney can help you navigate the legal process and ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to.

If you have been injured at work, you may be wondering if you actually need a workers’ compensation lawyer. The short answer is yes. Hiring a workers’ compensation lawyer can provide numerous benefits for your claim.

Our lawyers can help you navigate the complex legal system and ensure that your rights and entitlements are protected. The process of obtaining compensation can be overwhelming, but an experienced lawyer can help you understand the legal procedures and rights available to you. Additionally, we can investigate the circumstances surrounding your injury and gather evidence that will support your claim.

Furthermore, our Sydney based Workers Compensation lawyers can help you in situations where there are disputes, such as when your employer or insurer disputes the extent of your injury or the compensation amount. Whilst also assisting in cases where your claim has been denied or where you believe that your injury is the result of your employer’s negligence.

Hiring a workers’ compensation lawyer ensures that you have a legal team on your side whose main priority is to ensure that you receive maximum compensation for your injuries. At Alliance Compensation & Litigation Lawyers, we care for our clients and work tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome.  Don’t hesitate to contact us for expert advice and a team of workers’ compensation experts ready to help you.

If you’ve been injured at work, you may be wondering if you can afford to hire a Workers Compensation lawyer to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. The good news is that Alliance Compensation & Litigation Lawyers work on a no-win no-fee basis and offer a free consultation to assess your case. 

In NSW, there are no legal costs payable for injured workers who make a Workers Compensation Claim. These legal costs are covered by the Independent Review Officer (IRO), a NSW Government body that is set up to fund workers compensation claims.

The answer is not always straightforward, as there are several factors that determine the timeline for compensation under NSW workers compensation legislation.

However in most cases, the insurer will have 14 days to let you know the decision of the claim. This means within 14 days you can start to receive your entitlements under workers compensation such as weekly payments, medical & rehabilitation expenses, and lump sum compensation in cases where permanent impairment is applicable.

It’s important to remember that a rejection is not the end of the road. In fact, it’s quite common for initial claims to be denied. There are a number of reasons why this may occur, such as incomplete or incorrect paperwork or insufficient evidence to support your claim.

Under Section 78 of the Workers Compensation Act, it requires that the insurer must give notice to the injured worker as to why the claim has been declined. You can provide this notice to our skilled Workers Compensation Lawyers and we’ll help you dispute the notice.

Our experts in workers compensation law will review the rejection and assess the reasons behind it. From there, we will help you gather the missing evidence and build a strong case for your appeal. Our team will guide you through the legal process and keep you up to date every step of the way.

If you’ve been injured at work due to your employer’s negligence, you may be entitled to lump sum compensation under a common law claim for Work Injury Damages, the lump sum compensation is to compensate for medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. It’s important to note that there is a time limit for bringing a lawsuit against your employer, which is typically within three years of the occurrence of the injury.

However, there are certain circumstances where this time period can be extended, such as if the injury was not immediately apparent or if the worker was mentally incapacitated due to the injury.

The amount of compensation an injured worker can receive varies depending on the severity of the injury, their pre-injury income, and their age. There are different compensation benefits available, including weekly payments, lump sum payments, and compensation for work injury damages as a result of employer negligence.

In New South Wayes, the maximum weekly compensation payments between April and September 2023 is $2,395.30 or $622,778 over 5 years. 

Lump sum payments, on the other hand, are one-time payments made to workers who have suffered a permanent impairment or injury. The maximum compensation for lump sum compensation is $665,260.

For more information on payouts, visit our Workers Compensation Payout Guide for NSW.

With our team by your side, you can trust that you're in good hands.