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  1. In Topic: No ACC at 65 Yet still injured

    30 March 2020 - 02:50 PM

    Apologies to Empathy who may be trying to highlight a discrimination issue here and I do not mean to go offtopic from my reply to Alan etc

    My 0.02c POV is that in theory I like your idea ... and yep I know some superannuitants taking home a high pay packet as well as blocking younger employees from advancing etc However unfortunately it seems some of these folks are working for their ongoing overseas holidays and to keep kiwisaver going .. but unfortunately it seems they also would not do any voluntary unpaid work even if they are fit for it with their free time unless its a directish OBE game etc

    In practice my concern would be that trying to get ACC to operate differently to the MSD Superannuation might open the door to a slippery slope ... where the pension is also shifted to 70 years etc I probably would see that means testing the pension could also evolve ... and that this might hit some ACC claimants if they are already in receipt of Independence Allowance along with assets, gold cards etc etc

     Alan Thomas, on 30 March 2020 - 01:45 PM, said:

    What are you trying to say???


    I have disregarded the opening material as it is all self absorbed and can be remedied with various options ... and unfortunately I simply do not believe your quoted WINZ income figures ... and of course payments will change & improve as soon as you get the pension Alan ...

     Alan Thomas, on 30 March 2020 - 09:57 AM, said:

    ... It is no wonder that the ACC are imagining that I am going to be a suicide bomber. As they have convicted me of this they must be wondering about when this fanciful and fateful day will be upon them.


    This is the offensive disgraceful comment which shows me that you still have no regard for innocents ...
  2. In Topic: No ACC at 65 Yet still injured

    30 March 2020 - 10:08 AM

     Alan Thomas, on 30 March 2020 - 09:57 AM, said:

    As I am only able to work about two or three hours per day fragmented throughout the day Without regard for the fact that the nature of my injuries preclude any identifiable type of work of any sort and I am not receiving ACC compensation and only receiving $280 from social welfare when my accommodation is $300 per week it goes without saying that I am not going to be able to retire At 65 or any foreseeable time up until my demise. Quite obviously the effort to work is going to cause premature death as my efforts have resulted in a continuous stream of severe accidents.
    As for the legislation that prescribes 65 as being the age at which earnings compensation ceases so as to coincide with the official age of retirement.
    As I am continuing to work while injured with the consequence that I do have a continuous succession of additional injuries and insurance companies will not provide insurance to those who are not fit to work it does seem that my ongoing situation is dire. It is no wonder that the ACC are imagining that I am going to be a suicide bomber. As they have convicted me of this they must be wondering about when this fanciful and fateful day will be upon them.


    You should be utterly ashamed of yourself for insinuating &/or minimising your behaviours of attacks with again repeating such deadly threats against innocents during this crisis time Alan