Hicksons selected as part of icare’s new legal service provider panel for workers compensation claims

Hicksons is proud to be selected for inclusion in icare’s new legal service provider panel for workers compensation claims. The new panel combines work across icare’s two workers compensation schemes.

Managing Partner, Hicksons, Stewart Cameron commented, “We are delighted to have the opportunity to continue our work with icare and all stakeholders in the NSW scheme. We respect this significant decision will have many implications for these stakeholders and we will do our best to support them through the transition to the new panel arrangements for both private and government employers”.

For more information, including our key contacts for workers compensation, please click here.

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