Workers Compensation Lawyers in Queensland
Have you been involved in a workplace accident on the Gold Coast, in Brisbane or beyond? At Dwyer Law Group, we take every workers’ compensation claim and unfair dismissal claim seriously. Whether you’ve suffered as a result of an injury, illness, damages, harassment, discrimination or unfair dismissal, Dwyer Law Group can provide legal advice and representation for all types of workplace accidents and incidents.
Our workers’ compensation lawyers are headed by principal lawyer, Jeff Dwyer, who has been working in law since 1983. Jeff has dealt with all kinds of workers’ compensation claims throughout his professional career and can advise you on your circumstances. Our team has extensive experience dealing with WorkCover Queensland and can guide you through each stage of a Queensland workers’ compensation claim with minimal fuss.
With You Every Step of the Way
From the initial consultation and court date to the final compensation settlement, our work accident lawyers treat each case with rigour. We will even meet you in your home to discuss your claim if you are unable to make it to our Gold Coast office.
No matter the case, we are confident we can provide excellent legal representation for your workplace accidents. In fact, we often apply a “no win, no fee” policy for your peace of mind. Whatever your concern may be, our compensation lawyers are ready to step forward on your behalf.
We are also unfair dismissal lawyers and can assist you with a range of industrial relations claims on the Gold Coast.
Who Is Covered for Workplace Accidents in Queensland?
Full-time workers aren’t the only ones who can seek compensation for a workplace accident. Workers’ compensation in Queensland also extends to part-time or seasonal workers and subcontractors such as drivers, nurses and tradespeople. Family members can also file a wrongful death suit on behalf of a relative who has died as the result of a workplace accident.
Your compensation entitlements will vary depending on what Queensland law says about your case and the severity of your claim. For example, we can help you determine if the work-related incident has caused side effects or some form of complication in addition to your injuries, such as aggravation of a heart condition or asthma.
Learn More about Queensland Workers’ Compensation
If you’re unsure whether you’re entitled to workers’ compensation under Queensland law, please get in touch with our legal team on 07 5610 5234 or fill out our online form.