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Do I need to see a Lawyer?

Workers compensation is very technical and quite complex and it is always best that you know your rights.  This will help to ease some of the stress you may feel whilst on compensation.  Provided the insurer is meeting their obligations, there is no need for a lawyer to represent you initially, however, you should seek legal assistance should problems be experienced with the insurer in the provision of benefits.  You should also seek legal advice if left with an ongoing permanent impairment and also if the insurer makes an offer to settle any part of your claim. 

Should the nature of the problem relate to work capacity for which a review is to be requested, the legislation specifically prevents legal advisors from being paid and therefore we are unable to provide assistance in such matters.

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