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Members of the Personal Injury Commission are not bound by the rules of evidence, but they may be guided by it.

Mrs Nasr, the claimant, was injured in a car park, when Mr Fawcett (QBE’s Insured driver) collided with the left-hand side of her vehicle. The claimant then lost control of her vehicle, driving through a fence before colliding with a tree. 

Do no harm – adducing medical records in proceedings

The NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal (NCAT)(the Tribunal) was recently required to consider whether the respondent in discrimination proceedings was entitled to access the applicant’s medical records produced on summons [Czerniecki v TAFE NSW [2017] NSWCATAD 278].
  • 19 Sep 2017

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