The Commonwealth, and each state and territory have different legislation and compensation systems, it is important a specialist litigator, explains the system running in the jurisdiction where you are making the claim. Depending on the jurisdiction, if you qualify, you may be able to make both a ‘Statutory Scheme‘ claim and a separate ‘Common Law‘ claim – or you may be able to make either a ‘Common Law‘ claim but not a ‘Statutory Scheme‘ claim – or vice versa. You can find out the differences between ‘Statutory Scheme‘ and ‘Common Law‘ claims by clicking [here].
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