Holman Webb has published a Minor Injury Guide, which highlights some recent Review Panel decisions concerning Minor Injury Disputes.
The Guide aims to assist those working within the CTP Insurance space in determining whether an injured person has sustained minor or non-minor injuries for the purpose of your liability decisions.
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Presented by CTP Insurance Partner Stephanie Davis on Thursday 16 June 2022, this webinar recording provides an overview of how the Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017, Motor Accident Injuries Regulation 2017 and the Motor Accidents Guidelines work together to define minor injuries and the procedure for assessment of Minor Injury Disputes.
The webinar focused on some of the recent Review Panel Decisions on Minor Injury Disputes, and provides valuable insight into how the PIC has addressed these Disputes, making it easier to determine whether an injured person has sustained minor or non-minor injuries for the purpose of your liability decisions.
The Decisions addressed include:
- The significance of minor/non-minor determinations
Talevska v AAI Limited t/as AAMI  NSWPICMP 82
- Radiculopathy, annular tears and relevance of radiological
David v Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd  NSWPICMP 227
- Annular tears and relevance of radiological findings.
Muradi v QBE Insurance (Australia) Ltd  NSWPICMP 59
- Diagnosis of psychological injuries, timing of diagnosis and
onus of proof.
Lynch v AAI Limited t/as AAMI  NSW PICMP 6
This seminar will be highly-relevant to anyone working within the CTP Insurance space - specifically, the new scheme under the Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017.
The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances.