Workers' compensation is a form of insurance payment to employees if they are injured at work or become sick due to their work.
Workers' compensation includes payments to employees to cover their:
- wages while they're not fit for work
- medical expenses and rehabilitation.
Employers in each state or territory have to take out workers' compensation insurance to cover themselves and their employees.
Who to contact for workers' compensation advice and help
Workers' compensation is governed by individual states and territories, and isn't an area that we can help with. Each state and territory has their own regulator that administers and gives advice on workers' compensation.
What to do next
- Visit the workers' compensation regulator in your state or territory
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