Five Things You Need to Know About Your Car Accident Injury Claim
If you have been injured in a car accident in South Australia, you should make a claim for compensation from the insurer of the driver at fault for the accident.
What is “economic loss” workers compensation under the SA Return to Work scheme?
A strong workers compensation scheme should properly and reasonably compensate workers for their period of incapacity. Andersons Senior Associate Toya Nguyen explains the ins and...
Making a Compensation Claim for Injuries Sustained in a Car Accident
Did you know that if you are injured in a car, bike or pedestrian accident and the accident was caused at least in part by another driver, you are entitled to make a CTP claim for...
I tripped and fell on a footpath; can I make a claim?
If you have tripped and fallen on a footpath, in a carpark, alley or similar and suffered personal injury, loss and damage as a result of the fall then, in certain circumstances,...
Does my workers compensation lump sum payment end my entitlement to weekly payments?
A lump sum claim for permanent impairment can be confusing. Some workers believe that their various other entitlements cease once they receive a lump sum payment. Jeff Widera...
What do I do if my employer encourages me not to lodge a workers compensation claim?
If you are injured at work but do not lodge a claim, you are putting yourself at risk.
Have questions about South Australia's Cycling Laws?
Andersons provide your answers to South Australia's road rules below and what to do if you’re involved in an accident.
There are consequences if you delay reporting a workplace injury
Although reporting workplace injuries can be confronting and workers can be apprehensive about reporting an injury to management, it is important that reporting occurs as soon as...
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