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PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF INNOCENT ACCIDENT VICTIMS

The Injured Persons Association (IPA)

Formed in 1987 when the New South Wales motor vehicle Compulsory Third-Party (Greenslip) Insurance Scheme was last under attack. At that time the right of innocent accident victims to claim damages was abolished.

Our Association campaigned for more than 18 months and eventually the law was changed and the right to claim damages was restored.

SAVE OUR CTP CAMPAIGN 2016

The NSW Government have returned their attention to our CTP Greenslip insurance scheme. This time round the proposal will introduce a workers compensation style drip-feed system of payments for income loss and medical treatment to anyone injured on the roads. Those with moderately serious injuries will lose out – their rights will be eroded to make way for 7,000 at-fault drivers. And that's not all, the Government is desperate to reduce premiums for car owners but can't guarantee that insurers won't continue to profit heavily from the scheme while innocent victims lose out.

Join us in the fight to protect your CTP rights.

NSW government hits pause on controversial green slip reforms, read more.
Read the latest media release from The Australian Lawyers Alliance here.

OUR PAST INVOLVEMENTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

We spearheaded the campaign against the Motor Accidents Amendment Bill in 2013

Members of the IPA along with other organisations and the media, successfully opposed and campaigned against the Motor Accidents Amendment Bill 2013, resulting in the bill being withdrawn.

 

We continue to fight against changes to the Workers Compensation legislation

The 2012 changes to the NSW Workers Compensation scheme continue to affect thousands of injured workers. We continue to petition the Government for the protection of injured worker's rights.

If you have been adversely affected in a way which seems unjust, please click on the button below.

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