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How do I lodge a review?
What is the timeframe for applying for a review?
Can I appeal a review decision?
How do I lodge an appeal?
Why have I been referred to a medical assessment tribunal?
How does workplace rehabilitation work?
How do I lodge a workers' compensation claim?
Form 542.3 Application for a claim review
Applying for a claim review
Appealing a review decision
The review process
Medical assessment tribunals
Workplace rehabilitation - what should workers do?
Finding a self-insured employer
A worker, claimant or employer can apply to the Workers'
Compensation Regulator for a review of some decisions of
Frequently Asked Questions about the process of a Workers'
Compensation Regulator review of an Insurer's decision.
Workers, claimants and employers who are unhappy with some
insurer claim decisions can apply to the Workers' Compensation
Regulator for a review. You can complete the Application for Review
form online here.
Workers, claimants and employers who are unhappy with the
Workers' Compensation Regulator's review decision can appeal to the
Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.
Employers who are unhappy with a review decision can appeal to
the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission for a claims
decision or the Industrial Magistrates Court for a premium/policy
Representing workers, claimants and employers
who are appealing against a Workers' Compensation Regulator
QWCDec is the Queensland workers' compensation
statutory appeals decisions searchable online database.
Review & appeals
Return to work assist
Regional network program
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