Hi, I worked as a subcontractor, cattle work, for an individual for 2 months. One afternoon I fell off my horse and hurt my back. I went straight to bed with ice and pain killers. In the morning I felt like I couldn't get out of bed, let alone fit enough to go to work and sent my partner, we all worked together, to tell the boss I couldn't work. Which lead to an aggressive outburst ending with a "pack your s!*%, f#*! Off and get out!". My partner worked that day and the next day we packed up and left. We handed in our invoices and nothing was said or discussed about changes in pay or deductions. However, when my pay came in I fell $270 short, going from $200 a day to $150. Although my partner got the correct pay. To top it off my personal car was used by my former boss to do a work related run into town. We had verbally agreed on $200 extra on my daily pay to accommodate the 500km trip. This money is yet to come into my bank account although it is all clearly written on the invoice, leaving me $470 out of pocket. I'm going to ring him and discuss why I was unpaid and not compensated for my car. Due to his aggressive behaviour, I feel I should record the conversation. I am going to do this right and tell him at the beginning that I am recording the conversation. I was wondering if the conversation went sour, could I sue for unfair dismissal? Or is there a way I can lawfully come to an agreement under employment law where I get paid what I am owed? Thanks.