Daily Telegraph full page ad
On Tuesday 25th June 2013, the Injured Persons Association placed this advertisement in the Daily Telegraph. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
The Motor Accident Injuries Amendment Bill 2013
View the bill and read about the proposed radical restructuring of the Motor Accident Scheme.
Government acts to address CTP concerns – Media Release
Acting Minister for Finance and Services Andrew Constance has today announced that during the winter recess of Parliament, the NSW Government will hold a CTP roundtable with relevant stakeholders and community representatives to consult further on the Motor Accident Injuries Amendment Bill 2013.
Transcript: Ray Hadley interview with Andrew Stone, Barrister
Andrew Stone, NSW Bar Association discusses the NSW government's Green Slip changes currently before the state upper house with Ray Hadley.
The Telegraph – Inside run on green slip law
A former NRMA director says he met embattled finance minister Greg Pearce's deputy chief of staff Natalie Ward about green slip policy, and was subsequently dismayed to learn her husband, Liberal powerbroker Michael Photios' business partner David Begg, was lobbying for the insurance companies.
The Telegraph – Green slip change link to Finance Minister
EMBATTLED Finance Minister Greg Pearce introduced green slip reforms, expected to make insurance companies tens of millions of dollars, after meetings with the industry set up by controversial Liberal lobbyist Michael Photios' firm, a trail of emails reveals.
Voice contestant fights for injured people – Press Release
But now for 90 per cent of accident victims that payment will be far less and will stop entirely after just five years, forcing them to sell their homes or get assistance through Centrelink...
A layman’s guide to Proposed Changes to Green Slip Law
Effect on 90% of Accident Victims Injured by a Driver at Fault (Not Over 10% Whole Person Impairment).
Before Proposed 2013 Changes:
- Entitled to recover all actual losses over lifetime including full loss of earnings, superannuation contributions by employer, medical expenses, costs of care including the value of care provided without charge by family or friends plus legal costs
The five furphies
2013 proposed changes to NSW compulsory third-party scheme