WCompFiles | May 201930 May 2019 | Insurance & Health Law
Welcome back to this May edition of WCompFiles where we look at a number of developments from around the country: WA | Can subjective pain be an 'injury', and how many doctors and judges does it take to diagnose an injury? ACT | A mechanic riding...
WCompFiles | February 201928 February 2019 | Insurance & Health Law
Welcome back to our first edition of WCompFiles for 2019. In this edition we look at a number of developments from around the country: WA | The Court of Appeal upholds a claim for damages resulting from lifting metal bars weighing between 12 and 20kgs....
WCompFiles | Holiday Edition 201828 November 2018 | Insurance & Health Law
The festive season is almost upon us, and we’re delighted to bring you our final edition of WCompFiles for the year. This edition covers developments from around the country, including: Qld | Tips and traps on sharing of workers’ compensation...
WCompFiles | September 201830 October 2018 | Insurance & Health Law
Spring is here! And with a spring in our step, we’re delighted to bring you this September edition of WCompFiles. You may be aware of the upcoming Back to the Future of Injury Management Conferencewhich will take place in Brisbane in March 2019. The...
WCompFiles | May 201829 May 2018 | Insurance & Health Law
In this edition of WCompFiles we look at a number of developments from around the country: Cth | An employer succeeds in forcing a worker on personal leave to attend an independent medical examination. Qld | The position remains that an employer does not...
WCompFiles | Inaugural Edition March 20181 March 2018 | Insurance & Health Law
Each quarter, WCompFiles will deliver the latest and most interesting developments in workers’ compensation from around the country. It's my pleasure to host this inaugural edition which covers: Cmth | Whether an employer is liable for an injury...