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  1. In Topic: Assisted Recovery team emails

    28 November 2019 - 07:43 PM

    View Posttommy, on 28 November 2019 - 07:00 PM, said:

    BTW is your claim longstanding ……………..towards the corporation as in such matters :rolleyes:/>/>/>and such what act do you become under

    View Posttommy, on 28 November 2019 - 07:21 PM, said:

    nothing has changed ,tish as in the corporation , creating new departments ,,,ie LTCU etc ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the point you are making is how correspondence is appropriate to both parties ,,,,,,,,,, :rolleyes:/>/>

    The claim is a Schedule 2 and not particularly long standing, only as of late 2014, it just took a until this year for them to come to heel.

    The issue of missing emails is potentially relevant to anyone dealing with an internal department at ACC, in our case it is the assisted recovery team who have described their team as new, but every claimant should make sure their emails are followed up as appropriate. ACC love a loop hole to slither through any chance they get and if they can show they sent it, they won't care down the track whether a claimant got it or not.
  2. In Topic: Assisted Recovery team emails

    28 November 2019 - 06:07 PM

    Alan, ACC do all sorts of things in all sorts of ways as part of their internal claim processes with ongoing accepted claims.

    Currently they choose to turn ongoing accepted claims over to their Assisted Recovery team. That's because that's how ACC chooses to manage an onging claimant, just as they would with a case manager or any other person performing a role within their little empire.

    It's not about what they can, should or would do, it just is. They don't need any "legal basis" to utilise their staff in the way they choose to manage an ongoing claimamt.

    My post was nothing more or less than exactly what it appeared to be - to help make those with an accepted claim under ACC who may have management of the focus their claim shifted from their case worker to a team aware of this gmail account email problem and perhaps avoid issues later on if they have missed important communicatione because ACC allows THIS team to have an ongoing issue with how their internal ACC emails are processed by gmail servers when being received.

    Maybe you don't have an accepted claim for it to be an issue, but we do and others might too, if not now then later on down the line as they roll them over.
  3. In Topic: Why are the Archived Topics

    11 November 2019 - 11:00 PM

    View PostHemi, on 09 November 2019 - 08:07 AM, said:

    No cok up
    No hicup

    Not strange

    Who has the most to lose with it all open.
    Treading careful but not careful enough
    Another plot or the like or harm and the one who has most to lose does lose it.
    What’s left is minimum that the loser thinks is on our here for the benefit of our
    Biggest to date known loser and his pipe dreams of court cases plus the archived all there for him to access for court purposes.
    Chch March made them think and knew they be nailed if it was all left open

    All I know that, as a user of the forum, I can no longer access that area. Someone has hidden it, it didn't hide itself.
  4. In Topic: Why are the Archived Topics

    07 November 2019 - 05:55 PM

    View Posttommy, on 07 November 2019 - 03:24 PM, said:

    put that posting as a question to the administration ,,,,,,and what reply one receives ,,,,,,,,or if not another . forum hiccup , :rolleyes:/>/>

    More of a cock up than a hiccup? Seems strange to have a big part of the site inaccessible and no-one does anything about it, unless it is being deliberately censored but who would be so gutless as to do that?

    So much useful info for people is likely in there that no-one can access.
  5. In Topic: IRD and backdated ERC payout

    01 November 2019 - 05:51 PM


    The tax issue is in the hands of an accountant for a full financial assessement covering the entire period of incapacity for the potential serious service failure request next year.

    As to the The Interest on the full back payment sum, the case manager applied (without prompting)for ACC to assess the claim for interest payable which was accepted and the Interest has been paid out. Minus the top rate tax of course :lol: but the accountant will deal with that in whatever manner is appropriate as well.


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    12 Nov 2018 - 21:00
    Hi Mimi, just a quick catch up
    We won in Court at Appeal, Review was quashed by the Judge, ACC Toxicology Panel were described as dogmatic and unconstructive and the claim was sent back to ACC sent back to retest son's case against one small part of the Act, and only that.
    Apparently claim has to go back to the same Tox panel that just got their arses kicked for that ...
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    21 Apr 2018 - 15:45
    because right now, anyone can read most of the site, they just can't post and from that reading they can cause whatever trouble they want if personal info is readily available. Why would I want anyone to know who I really am when that info in the wrong hands could potentially cost ME my case? I only know who you are because people keep reposting it, and now I've read your case. See wha...
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    21 Apr 2018 - 15:42
    This site gets so many hits in google searches by people with ACC issues, of course people will want to sign up, but someone is blocking those new, perfectly legitimate people.
    I understand wanting to know who people are and vet them before allowing them access to post on the site, but look at it from the other side - why should people entrust their real identity to anyone who drops...
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    21 Apr 2018 - 15:39
    The names afre often too relevant, like "AucklandAdvocates" and "psychosomatic" and "AccInducedHeadache" as well as loads or ordinary type user names you'd find anywhere. Someone has chosen to label them bots and that may be based on their incoming IP address, but then my second account I attempted to test the validation theories on has also not been val...
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    21 Apr 2018 - 15:35
    No, someone active on the site is deliberately only allowing the occasional new sign up. There were a couple in the middle of last year got through and commented on the forums, yet hundreds (and I do mean hundreds) before and after them do not have a validated user account and without one cannot participate or ask for help. I do not believe even the majority are attempted bot registrations.
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    21 Apr 2018 - 15:26
    You welcome . Glad to hear you are couping out there. I read your interesting reasoning of the locked registration to enable newbies to get in here for advise etc. obiviously you are up on your IT. Maybe it is the police who have locked the gate to registration. They have a interest in this site. I hope it is that will mean the johnny Manu issue will go no further they will just close foru...
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    21 Apr 2018 - 14:01
    Hi Mini, no not me with a treatment injury, just ACC tried to cite case law about a treatment injury case as relevant to a WRGPI case, and have had contact with a claimant also for WRGPI to do with lead poisoning. Thanks for thinking of me though :-)
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    21 Apr 2018 - 13:58
    Tish I have a case for you if you are the one with the 'Treament Injury'. I found it useful because it use section 32 and section 33. Please PM me if you want to know its name and get hold of it.
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