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21 May 2013 - 06:04 PMForcing people back to work till they have reached their "maximun o\practicable extent" is not an option, but ACC are getting people back to work at any cost.
Appropriate treatment and as much as is needed should be the first priority.
ACC have put a ceiling on the number of treatments and after that you are told that THIS IS NOW EITHER PRE-EXISTING OR NOT INJURY RELATED
acc,"Other services available under ACC’s new Return to Work banner include connecting GPs with a doctor experienced in occupational medicine, to help advise on more complex cases."
I can imagine what my GP would say if Turner and co were called in by ACC to educate him in the care if his patients.
GP's are no longer taken heed of or valued by ACC and it is up to a few shonky assessors like Turner, DuPlesis etc to rule the roost
Ceiling on treatment, get back to work as it is in the schedule that your injury needs only so many days off work etc. We all are different.
I feel for these people affected., you are in for a ride.
17 May 2013 - 04:45 PMDetrermined, you can delete your gobblydygook post by pressing delete at bottom LH corner!
17 May 2013 - 02:59 PMHelp. You must refute the assessors report vehemently.
Ask for another assessment as this indian guy has a bad reputation for saying all in favour of ACC
Noone can ever say it is not accident related and as my Specialist says, "what came first, the chicken or the egg." He said noone can say it is not accident related as the body reacts to an injury by stabilising it and that is Arthritis.
Ask as I say for another opinion and that you utterly reject his claims and go from there.
if not file for Review
16 May 2013 - 11:26 AMFFJ
Acc always have a person there presenting their case.
Tim Smith has been a long time in this job and was then demoted due to his carry on after not getting promotion.
He is currently a Case Mangler for RIS and I am surprised he has been re-instated to DRSL hearings.
Not a nice person at all an d i would say he has been at your hearings before.
Do you have a lawyer as this may be necessary if you are fighting Kearney
14 May 2013 - 12:48 PMPlease note Tony that Snfftas is NOT an advocacy group. they are a support group only in Health matters and do not handle ACC work. you are misleading people