The best answer to that question is pretty much straight away. How you deal with things after your injury may have an impact on your ability to claim. First you must:
* Notify your employer
* Get medical attention
* Get legal advice
An important thing to bear in mind is the fact that strict time limits apply, so it is advisable to get legal advise sooner rather than later.
Getting legal advise doesn't have to cost you anything either. Forget trying to find cheap legal advice you can get free lawyer advice. Your rights as an injured worker will very much depend on where your work injury took place and of course, the exact circumstances of your injury will need to be assessed by a lawyer who can give you a full case review.
Getting the right advice may put you in a better position and possibly put your mind at ease as you may be adjusting to new circumstances following your injury. Free lawyer advice may make a big difference between what you thought you could claim, and what actually have the right to claim. You may be entitled to a much larger payout that you may not be aware of and will only find out by seeking the advice of a lawyer.
Free legal advice Australia is available online. Not everyone likes to talk on the phone and you may not feel like it just now following your injury. Online legal advice means you can get online solicitors advice at the click of a mouse. Complete the form and provide as much detail as possible about your injury, how and why it happened, who is at fault and details of the injury sustained.
By completing the online legal advice form, you can access online solicitors' advice. Just simply enter your question and Work Injury Compensation will get back to you with all your questions answered and address any further question you may have.
By: Jade Peters
Work Injury Compensation offer free legal advice and a free case review for injured workers in Queensland. Call 1300 662 696. http://www.workinjurycompensation.com.au/