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ACC LIMITING CHOICE FOR INITIAL MEDICAL ASSESSMENT Urgently need advice by Friday 15 May 2009

#21 User is offline   Sparrow 

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Posted 05 October 2009 - 10:50 PM

Easyrider suggests we give fellow forum members some tools to deal with this exit and assesment problem .

It would be a good idea if those who have some ideas helpful to us all post up here.
PLEASE no nastiness or arguments, this is a serious matter that affects us all.
I have given advice to Long term claimants in another thread but certain people are ruining it for everyone.

So here is some of the tools.
IRP was it done in conjunction with your GP?? Did you just sign it cos you were bullied into it??
Does your IRP have the correct diagnosis and also the restrictions from your injury on it??
Does your IRP contain entitlements and TREATMENT

Have you got your file recently????

Do you have a current
Specialist report on your condition and whether you are fit for any work?

YOu have to cooperate withthe CM or you are seen as non-compliant and people are being cut off over trivial matters now.

Always remember the claimant code of rights. Fairgo put it up in here but I deleted the thread as it had become corrupted.
You can download the Claimant code of rights from the ACC website.
Be familiar with it.
you can complain under the code if the Case MAnager is blackmailing you or using bullyboy tactics.
A well written polite complaint does work. you have to give the facts and be aware of the rules!

So I hope we get a lot more input in a friendly way, this is what forum is all about, not to get our own back at some person who is becoming a problem. Keep that off board please!!
Let us return to the spirit of forum, HELPING OTHERS
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Posted 06 October 2009 - 07:20 AM

Sparrow. Instead of letting the lips flap in the breeze, and thats all you are doing.

Try and give advice to claimaints that can help them at a assessment.

You are a so called advocate, you should know what a claimaint need on their file to keep entitlements. So give them the advice to keep them.
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Posted 06 October 2009 - 09:56 AM

Mr EAsyrider,, get this straight once and for all I AM NOT AN ADVOCATE, NEVER HAVE BEEN OR EVER WILL BE. Got it???? thanks

I give from my experience and my concern for others. End of story. Stop your stirring. I was trying to support you.
you will notice I am talking about how to avoid EXIT...
refer to my posts 15.16. 20 where the "tough love "from REilly has started to come into existence and I am warning people what to do and how they are deviously declining entitlements and ordering shonky assessments. Can you understand what I am talking about?

You suggested
Tools, where are they????
MAybe you can follow on with your take on advce from another angle.
It is not up to me to tell people how to conduct themselves at Assessment.There is a lot of advice re this in Forum if you care to dig...

If people like yourself cannot understand what I am saying, well that is their problem, not mine.
Let us keep at least one thread away from the nastiness that has invaded the forum
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