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How an incorrect assessment could cost you dearly.

Make sure you don’t miss out.

What’s the financial impact?

If this person was suffering anxiety or PTSD following the accident, and this prevented them from returning to work for two years, then they would be entitled to lodge a lump sum claim for lost earnings for the full two years. This could be a substantial lump sum. However, since the GP didn’t note the psychological injury on their certificate, and their injuries were classified as minor, their benefits would be cut off within six months after the accident and they would miss out on tens of thousands of dollars in entitlements.

In other words, had the injuries been correctly classified as non-minor, this person would have been entitled to a substantial lump sum. So you can see how leaving just one injury off the assessment can dramatically reduce your entitlements.

If you believe you may have missed out on benefits or a lump sum due to an injury or a condition that was overlooked in your assessment, you can call 1800 888 529 to find out what can be done about it. It’s a free service.

What do I do next?

  • Review your medical assessment – have any of your injuries been overlooked?

  • Consider whether your injuries need to be reassessed.

  • Call our free advice line if you’re not sure how to proceed.

“…leaving just one injury off the assessment can dramatically reduce your entitlements.

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