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  1. In Topic: The new ACC dispute review body

    28 March 2020 - 02:43 PM

    Keentohelp, I agree with you.

    I have similar issues with ICRA.

    I just wonder whether this contract that ICRA has with ACC is contracting people out of the Act contrary to s.299?

    I now have a copy of the contract released under the OIA between ICRA and ACC and it states that ICRA must comply with the law.

    ICRA is headed up by a John Green - if this is the same guy, he was a DRSL reviewer.

    I also wonder whether ICRA reviewers are not acting within jurisdiction because there is a distinction and a separate and sequential process in the Act between a review and a hearing and a telephone case conference and then a hearing only is simply not an investigative review.

    Time will tell!!!!
  2. In Topic: Reviews v Hearings

    10 January 2020 - 11:28 AM

    Hi Alan,

    Knowledge is power and ignorance punishes - as the old saying goes.

    Once you read what ACC publishes - on their website- and then apply that to your case and see the untruths and dishonesty, you can then use that ACC information in your communications with ACC.

    I've also become very concerned that New Zealand (the State Party) is failing to ensure that the Judges (and reviewers)operating in this jurisdiction are not violating a persons right to a fair and public hearing as guaranteed by Article 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR)

    That is international law which has the force of law in NZ by virtue of the Long Title of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990.

    The UN Human Rights Committee has jurisdiction to decide that and an individual communication has to be lodged.

    The system is not corrupt - the system has been corrupted - but the review and appeal system needs a major overhaul which some are working on.

    But never give up!!!!
  3. In Topic: Reviews v Hearings

    09 January 2020 - 11:00 AM

    Just be aware that ACC are masters of illusion and propaganda.

    You simply cannot believe all that ACC publishes or will keep its word and properly investigate matters with an ACC Minister who is nigh-on useless.

    When you realise from the outset that it's all about them and money and not about you, as an injured claimant, then it can be easier to deal with.