Former Prime Minister Sir Geoffrey Palmer wants a Royal Commission into ACC, saying the system that was a world-beater is now unjust.
Nearly 400 people could have their cases reassessed under the guidelines, which were developed based on the latest medical evidence and understanding of mesh injuries. Keep Reading
Allegations that ACC had a policy of stopping help for long-term claimants, has been allowed to be given as evidence in a woman’s damages claim against ACC. Keep Reading
ACC has just started issuing their first bills to self-employed people for two years, and it’s exposed major shortcomings in the ACC levy system, writes James Fuller. In the last week or so, thousands of self-employed New Zealanders will have received their first ever ACC bill. For many it will b Keep Reading
'I don't want my children growing up without a mum'. Keep Reading
ACC Futures Coalition – 26 proposalsAugust 2020Proposals to repeal the previous National Government’s changes under the Act: 1. Holiday pay should not be abated against weekly compensation.Schedule 1 cls 49 of the Act allows payments at the termination of employment to beabated from the amount of weekly compensation that the claimant can... Keep Reading
The specialists were used to assess people who already had an injury claim accepted. Keep Reading
A mum whose eye had to be removed must wait for ACC to decide if it was treatment injury. Keep Reading
A quarter of a century after a crash in Auckland, the authority has finally agreed that Vincent Klassen's resulting back injury should be covered. Keep Reading
ACC declines man with bowel injury a vehicle with toilet facilities. Keep Reading
ACC has won a test case about who should get accident compensation cover after medical treatment goes wrong. Keep Reading
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PM Jacinda Ardern says the move will cushion the blow for Covid-hit businesses. Keep Reading
When David Simpson was six years' old, he says the sexual abuse by his alcoholic mother started. Keep Reading
The second phase of the Health Services and Outcomes Kaupapa Inquiry has kicked off in Wellington, where Wai 2575 claimants are sharing their views on the inequalities faced by Māori. Keep Reading
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