How our agricultural & farming injuries specialists can help

agricultural & farming injuries frequently asked questions

Industries included in the agricultural, forestry, fishing and skilled agricultural sectors are: 
  • crop production 
  • production of animal products 
  • forestry 
  • logging 
  • fishing 
  • aquaculture 
  • farmers 
  • horticultural trades 
  • gardeners & groundsmen 
One of the most common fishing accidents is when anglers are thrown from their boats. This can be fatal, and is normally caused by bad weather conditions, a lack of training or safety equipment, or exhaustion.  In terms of forestry accidents, the most common are both nature and equipment-related. Falling trees, logs, chainsaws and even vehicles can cause unfortunate forestry accidents and fatalities. 
Yes, our team is experienced in handling these types of cases from both an injury and employment perspective. We will work closely with you to understand what happened, and what the next steps would be for your case. 
You have three years from the date of injury or reasonable knowledge of injury to bring a compensation claim. There are some exceptions to this rule, however – please see our disclaimer below for more information. 

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