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Personal Injury Commission’s Medical Assessors have no power to determine a claim for medical expenses not incurred and not provided.

Obeid v AAI Ltd t/as AAMI [2022] NSWPICMP 76 This case looked at whether the Personal Injury Commission’s Medical Assessors had power to determine a claim for medical expenses not incurred and not provided.  
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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. 
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Proposed amendments to give the Personal Injury Commission power to control service providers

The proposed amendments to the Motor Accidents Injuries Act,Workers Compensation Act 1987, and the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 would give the Personal Injury Commission (PIC) the power to exclude service providers who are overservicing and overcharging.
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Where interstate CTP policies do not respond, the NSW Nominal Defendant will pay statutory benefits

Each State has a different CTP Scheme, few covering the at fault driver. In NSW, the Nominal Defendant will pay statutory benefits in those circumstances.
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Proposed changes to the Motor Accident Injuries Act – what you need to know

Following the recommendation of Justice Fagan in AAI Limited v Singh1 the Motor Accidents and Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 was tabled on 23 June 2021.

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