We recently recieved the following testimonial / story from a Victorian Injured Worker, via our Contact form. Not only has this injured worker come to the realisation that being on workcover is, indeed, a nightmare; but s/he also praises aworkcovervictimsdiary.com which helped her/him understand that s/he is definitely not alone.
Hi everyone ,
I would like to share my experience with private investigators tactics .
I had 3 major back operations and currently I am unable to walk or stand without support.
So most of the time I used to stay in car when our family is going out to the parks or shopping centres for short time. I always was careful if there are any cars following us.
But few times I have noticed where ever we were going a same car used to reach exactly after 15 -20mins I was wondering how can someone always reach after that much time difference even there was no car I could see to a very long distance.
A while ago, this anonymous injured worker wrote a Guest Post, which, I admit, has been sitting at the backend of this site for way too long!
My case Manager invited herself to my next GP visit
Hi I just today received a text from my RTW (S.A) case manager asking if she could attend my next GP visit. yes I was gobble smacked and straight away hit Google for an answer and stumbled on this page thank god.
I am now awake to my case manager and what she will do to undermine me whilst to my face acting like she is my best friend .
when I was first injured I was made by my employer to sign a form giving permission to talk to all my doctors and after reading this now realise it starts from when you make your first claim for workcover. thankyou for helping me to avoid having my privacy and we’ll being crushed and abused by a two faced devious insurance company.
An injured worker with Gallagher Bassett Services VIC received an email stating a change of policy to their travel reimbursement
For us, our injured visitors and injured workers’ advocates are not only important as readers, but they’re important as contributors too! Further to the introduction of our new “guest” post section, which captures your submitted content, anonymously and directly on the front end of our site, here is our first submitted, empowering guest post titled “Never Give Up!”