Register here to have your weekly workers compensation payments reassessed

Some workers who received weekly workers compensation payments may have been underpaid.

This is because the earnings information used to determine weekly compensation payments for people who had suffered a work-related injury was not provided to the insurer in some cases.  

While many workers have received the correct weekly payments, some have been underpaid and some overpaid over this period. If you are owed any money you will be reimbursed. You won't be asked to repay any overpayment that might be found.

How to get your claim reassessed

Please complete the below form to have your claim payments reassessed if you: 

  • made a claim on or after 1 October 2012 and your date of injury is prior to 21 October 2019;
  • received weekly benefits as a result of your injury; and
  • were employed in the NSW private sector or a NSW Government agency.

If your date of injury is on or after 21 October 2019 you can find out how to have your claim reassessed.

For further information please check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

Register your details to have your weekly workers compensation payments reassessed

Please complete the mandatory fields (*) and as much information as possible. Supporting documentation about your wages can also be attached.

Claim details

Do you need help?

If you need help or would like to speak with an icare representative about seeking a reassessment of your payments, please call us on 13 77 22 between 8:30am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

Privacy statement

The information provided on this online form and any supporting documentation is for the purpose of processing your application to have your PIAWE reviewed, which will be conducted by your managing scheme agent. The information may also be used to update any ongoing entitlements to weekly benefits that you may have. Providing this information is not required by law, however, if you do not provide all or any of this information it could prevent or delay the processing of your application for review. Personal information in this form is collected and will be managed, used and disposed of in accordance with the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998. You may contact us to access or correct the information at any time. We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal information.

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