1. Upcoming changes to pre-injury average weekly earnings

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    In late 2018 the NSW Government introduced a range of changes to the NSW workers compensation system with the aim to reduce disputes and streamline the claims process...

  2. Making sure injured workers receive accurate weekly payments

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    If a worker sustained an injury on or after 26 October 2018, agents must include shift and overtime amounts in their pre-injury average weekly earnings calculation after 52 weeks...

  3. icare targets a funding ratio to help safeguard the interests of injured workers

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    As at 31 December 2017, icare’s Nominal Insurer funding ratio was 114 per cent. However, icare has established a future funding target of 120 per cent -140 per cent...

  4. Supporting workers through changes to workers comp

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    Legislative changes to Section 39 of the Workers’ Compensation Amendment Act passed by the NSW Government in 2012 have started impacting injured workers, with a number of people affected from late...

  5. Renew your Workers Insurance policy

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    Renewing your workers insurance policy - experience rated employers...

  6. Premium updates for 2019-20

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    We've made some updates to our premium model to provide employers with greater stability and make things simpler...

  7. Forms and resources for injured or ill people

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    Browse our forms and resources and download PDF documents specific to you...

  8. Payments for sports injury claims

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    All sports insurance payments are paid as a lump sum benefit. The maximum amount payable in respect of all injuries suffered by the participant is $171,000...

  9. Work break or journey payments

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    How to make a work break or journey claim under workers insurance...

  10. Commutation payments

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    Under circumstances, you can get workers insurance payments in a 'commutation' - one lump sum to cover your agreed medical, hospital and rehab payments...