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#1 User is offline   Joanne 

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 10:48 PM

Hi
My daughter is having real problems with false incorrect reports from Drs and other health so called professionals. She now records them all but still the reports are not accurate.
Even when she insists they reflect what was said and gives details of corrections they are brushed aside and draft copies accepted unsigned by ACC.
Do other people have this problem and what can one do??
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Posted 03 September 2010 - 12:13 AM

Hi, I hope your daUghter has no hassles with Recording.
Best to record covertly as ACC are getting paraniod regarding recordings and acting totally unreasonable. Dick Smith has some great pencams that video as well as record and they are the size of a pen with a pinhole camera.

Tell your daughter to ask for all the copies of the reports then go thru them and highlight where it is inacurate. Write to Case Manager pointing out the inacuracies and if she gets nowhere she is to contact ACC complaints, OCI and issue a CODE COMPLAINT.
This is claimant code of rights, available on ACC website.
She has the right to :
1 Be informed
2 Be treated with dignity and respect
3 and so on!!

She can go to REview over a Code complaint regarding false info on her reports and for not being kept fully informed.
She must never sign anything if it is incorrect. These are legal docos like the IRP, my Plan and they must be acurate.
Many of these Assessors tell porkies, do not read up about the case and like to put their own version on them.
To avoid all this it is important that she takes with her the Medial reports she has from her SPEcialist and GP etc and other providers and makes sure that the Assessor READS THEM in front of her.
Also before going she writes and requests from CM , COPIES OF ALL REPORTS SENT TO ASSESSOR
THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT

Finally never ever go to an assesment on your own, it is important to have a witness.
Good luck and hope this helps

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 10:51 AM

View PostSparrow, on 03 September 2010 - 12:13 AM, said:

Hi, I hope your daUghter has no hassles with Recording.
Best to record covertly as ACC are getting paraniod regarding recordings and acting totally unreasonable. Dick Smith has some great pencams that video as well as record and they are the size of a pen with a pinhole camera.

Tell your daughter to ask for all the copies of the reports then go thru them and highlight where it is inacurate. Write to Case Manager pointing out the inacuracies and if she gets nowhere she is to contact ACC complaints, OCI and issue a CODE COMPLAINT.
This is claimant code of rights, available on ACC website.
She has the right to :
1 Be informed
2 Be treated with dignity and respect
3 and so on!!

She can go to REview over a Code complaint regarding false info on her reports and for not being kept fully informed.
She must never sign anything if it is incorrect. These are legal docos like the IRP, my Plan and they must be acurate.
Many of these Assessors tell porkies, do not read up about the case and like to put their own version on them.
To avoid all this it is important that she takes with her the Medial reports she has from her SPEcialist and GP etc and other providers and makes sure that the Assessor READS THEM in front of her.
Also before going she writes and requests from CM , COPIES OF ALL REPORTS SENT TO ASSESSOR
THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT

Finally never ever go to an assesment on your own, it is important to have a witness.
Good luck and hope this helps



It is important that she also has a copy of the questions that ACC asks the specialist assessor and then ask the same questions to the assessor.

Then if they say that she can work full time asking them in what types of employment can she work in would be important.

As an example the case manager may tell the specialist a injury has not been accepted when the corporation has not declined the injury. (section 58 makes the injury deemed after a certain time period.) Asking if being in a wheel chair prevents her from carrying on in that employment may make the ACC questions look like attempting to obtain a report that is false to remove entitlements.

When you ask the questions writing the answers and having the specialists sign the document as it is his answers will get an honest report. this will stop the bad reports and your documentation ould be use later in a mass criminal proscution to the managers of the claims.
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