WorkCover Queensland is a government-owned statutory body. Its role is to provide workers’ compensation insurance to Queensland employers. It is a must for all Queensland employers to have a workers’ compensation accident insurance policy.
If you are an employee in Queensland, you are covered by your employers’ workers’ compensation insurance policy. When you suffer an injury at work, WorkCover Queensland will offer you a lump sum payment.
You can either reject or accept the lump sum offer. But once you accept the offer, it’s final. It is, therefore, important to seek legal advice from personal injury lawyers before you make up your mind. You may have to pay legal fees, but seeking legal advice will be worth it.
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