Workers Compensation Services Perth

Solution 82

Australian Leaders in Workers Compensation

Welcome to Solution 82, your trusted partner for solutions to problems with workers’ compensation. When a worker gets hurt on the job, we offer a wide range of services to help both the worker and the PCBU (person conducting a business or undertaking). People from all over the country and the world can use our workers compensation services.



We go to medicals, reviews by specialists, and surgeries with workers and PCBUs to make sure that everyone is okay. Our team of experienced professionals will walk you through the process and give you the help you need to get through the workers’ compensation system.

Help for the family

Help for the family

We know that injuries at work can be hard on families. We help family members understand the workers’ compensation process and give them support and direction as they go through it.

Legal Matters

Legal Matters

We can help with legal matters involving workers’ compensation claims. Our team of lawyers can represent you and help you so that your best interests are looked after.

Insurance Claims

Insurance Claims

We help people with their workers’ compensation insurance claims. Our team can help you figure out how the insurance system works and make sure you get the money you’re owed.

Audits and investigations

Audits and investigations

We do audits and investigations to make sure that your workplace is safe and follows all health and safety rules. Our team of experienced professionals will look for possible risks and make suggestions for how to fix them.

Our Workers Compensation Services

We offer global, comprehensive services for injured workers and businesses (PCBU). We assist in medical processes and reviews, easing the workers’ compensation system journey. We extend our support to families, helping them navigate this complex process. Our legal team can manage compensation claims, safeguarding your interests. Assistance with insurance claims ensures you receive what’s due. We implement safety through audits and investigations, pinpointing and mitigating risks.

We create light-duty manuals, aiding injured employees in their safe, efficient return to work. Workplace assessments facilitate hazard identification and risk management, promoting a safer environment. Exercise physiologist assessments further support injured workers’ recovery and resilient return to work.

Our Clients Include

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Workers’ Compensation is a form of insurance that provides financial assistance and medical benefits to employees who suffer work-related injuries or illnesses.

Generally, all employees are eligible for workers’ compensation, but the specifics can vary by jurisdiction and the nature of employment. Independent contractors and casual workers may not always be covered.

Workers’ compensation typically covers injuries that occur in the course of employment, including but not limited to falls, machinery accidents, and repetitive strain injuries.

The process usually involves notifying your employer about the injury, seeking medical treatment, and completing the necessary paperwork to initiate the claim. The exact steps can vary by jurisdiction.

Benefits may include medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, and a portion of lost wages. The extent of benefits depends on the severity of the injury and the regulations in your jurisdiction.

It’s generally illegal for employers to terminate an employee solely for filing a workers’ compensation claim. However, employment laws can vary, so it’s essential to consult legal advice if you’re concerned.

Proper training can significantly reduce the risk of workplace injuries, thereby lowering workers’ compensation claims. Employers should provide adequate safety training to all employees.

Employers can manage costs by implementing robust safety programs, promptly addressing workplace hazards, and offering return-to-work programs for injured employees.

A Return-to-Work Program aims to help injured employees transition back into the workforce in a manner that accommodates their medical restrictions, if any.

Employers should review their workers’ compensation policies at least annually or whenever there are significant changes in the workplace, such as the introduction of new machinery or processes.

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