Injuries in Host Employment or During Labour Hire

Have you suffered a work injury in host employment or while working through a Labour Hire company? You may be entitled to compensation. At Brisbane Injury Lawyers in Queensland, we handle compensation claims for all types of workplace accidents and work related injuries. It’s important for you to know that as a labour hire or host employment worker, you still have rights.

If you are a worker who has been injured at the premises of a host employer, it’s best to seek legal advice immediately because the time limits that apply are often strict. If this is you, then contact our personal injury lawyers today.

 

Common Types of Labour Hire Claims

Workers compensation covers almost every type of injury related to workplace accidents. This includes:

  • Strains, dislocations, broken bones and other trauma
  • Repetitive strain injuries, e.g. Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Blindness and deafness
  • Burns
  • Amputations
  • Chemical exposure
  • Infectious diseases
  • Psychological injuries

 

How Brisbane Injury Lawyers Can Help

Our team of personal injury lawyers has extensive experience negotiating out-of-court settlements for a wide range of cases. This includes accidents involving injury and death, accidents where income has been lost or your earning potential is affected, and cases of physical disablement, pain and suffering.

If your claim has merit, we will assist you with legal advice, support and friendly guidance. We always ensure that you are properly informed about your compensation rights and entitlements. Our personal injury lawyers will also help you understand the legal issues, ensuring you make informed decisions regarding the claims process and your options.

Brisbane Injury Lawyers may take your matter on a “No Win No Fee” basis. This means that if you have a claim, we require NO money until the successful conclusion of your claim. We will also pay all the related costs, such as medical reports and investigation reports until your claim is finalised.

 

To speak to one of our team today, call us on (07) 3188 5800 or simply fill out our online form and one of our lawyers will get back to you.