What you need to know if you're approaching the end of a total of five years (260 weeks) of weekly payments.
Under workers compensation legislation, weekly payments are available for a maximum (aggregate) period of five years (260 weeks).
This does not apply to people who have been assessed as having a permanent impairment of more than 20 per cent.
If you are approaching the end of a total of five years (260 weeks) of weekly payments, this page provides general information on what you need to know and do.
You may have already been contacted by your insurer in regards to this. If you haven't, talk to them or give us a phone call if you need more information.