Work Accident Claim Centre Cookie Policy

Almost all commercial and professional websites use cookies. Cookies are small files that are stored on a website user's computer to improve the user's experience of using that website. By using, you are accepting the use of cookies on the website.

This policy sets out how and why the Work Accident Claim Centre website uses cookies. This page also sets out how a user can remove cookies from their computer.

To learn more about cookies, visit this Wikipedia page.

How this website uses cookies

There are no accepted industry standards in most cases to disable a website's cookies without disabling the functionality these cookies enable. It is recommended that you leave all cookies generated by on if you are not sure whether or not they are necessary to provide a service you intend to use.

Cookies are used by this website to track user experiences and improve the usability of the website. Cookies may also be used to handle data entered by user on web forms, such as found on the Contact page. Cookies may also be used to remember your selections and user information to enhance future visits to the websites and correspondence.

Generally, we use cookies to ensure that you have a positive, consistent and useful experience using this website.

Third-party cookies

This website uses cookies provided by trusted third-parties, including Google.

The website uses Google Analytics to help us understand how visitors use the site. Google Analytics is one of the most popular and trusted analytics tools used by websites and uses cookies to help website developers and operators to improve users' experiences. Google Analytics cookies may track anonymised data like how long much time a visitor spends on a page, and which pages they visit.

We may use cookies to track tests of different aspects of the website, including things like button text and website colours. Cookies ensure that visitors enjoy a consistent experience when using the site, and returning to the site at a later date.

Cookies also enable us to monitor the use of tools and forms on the website, to ensure that this functionality is as useful and informative as possible.

Deleting cookies from your computer

Different browsers store cookies in different ways, and the method for removal of cookies varies from browser to browser, and may change if a company updates their browser software. For these reasons, it is impractical to host a breakdown of how to remove cookies from any and all popular browsers on this page.

Your browser's help pages will explain in detail how to delete cookies from your computer. You may be able to delete individual cookies for a specific website, or clear out all cookies for all websites that you have visited from your computer. 

For more information regarding how cookies are used on, you can email us at


The Work Accident Claim Centre is regulated by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of claims management activities. Our registration (Authorisation Number: CRM40756) is recorded at