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  1. In Topic: Reinstatement of Weekly Conpensation

    18 November 2019 - 11:44 AM

    View PostSammy5570, on 18 November 2019 - 10:52 AM, said:

    Hi there
    Looking for advice... I've been a paraplegic for over 30 years, following accident. I was on weekly comp for an extended period of time after the accident, but eventually retrained and returned to work, albeit part time now. I receive weekly comp to make up the hours I don't work.
    However, work is getting too hard to manage at all, and it looks like i'll be medically retired, at the recommendation and support of my GP, due to accident related issues. does anyone know if I just go straight back on weekly comp, or if there is a different process.


    As you come under the 1982 legislation the ACC will have been required to determine you were permanently incapacitated to return to preinjury occupation. This means that you are already permanently medically retired so a new decision does not need to be made.

    The only issue at hand is one of abatement of earnings.

    Permanent disability to return to your preinjury occupation means that the ACC needed to calculate 80% of what your earnings might've been had you not had the accident as opposed to 80% of your historical earnings. For example if you are on a career path where it would be projected your income would increase in ACC would have had to pay 80% of that.


    The operational manual of the ACC determined the abatement earnings to be based on a scaled reduction so that the more that you earn the greater the percentage they would deduct up until a one-to-one ratio once you start getting close to original earnings.

    All you need to do is simply notify the ACC that you are no longer earning and that they calculate your earnings compensation based on your predicted earnings.

    It is probably a good time to ask the ACC to provide you with a full account of the way in which your earnings capacity in a new occupation has affected your compensation and that they should give you a full accounting starting with the foundation decision under section 60 together with the mode of calculations for the abatement of earnings.


    I trust this is helpful.
  2. In Topic: Death threats

    17 November 2019 - 02:15 PM

    View PostBrucey, on 17 November 2019 - 01:26 PM, said:

    You'r an open book fraudster, everyone knows all about your fuck up of a life.

    broken arsed twice convicted criminal.

    https://www.nzherald...jectid=10740850


    What on earth would make you imagine that anybody knows about my life. All you know is what you have been told as a result of other people making assumptions and speculations about my life.
    I can say with some certainty that my life has always been and continues to be superior to people like you.

    It is a sad fact that people like you seem to have a need to tear other people down in order to make themselves imagine that they are superior. This condition you suffer from often results in rampant forms of socialism with the extreme versions of this disorder resulting in very violent attacks, lynch mobs and suchlike. You wind your fellows are no one on the site as the "tagteam". The psychoanalysis of the key participants have very clearly and accurately describe this phenomenon.
  3. In Topic: Death threats

    17 November 2019 - 01:21 PM

    View PostBrucey, on 17 November 2019 - 12:14 PM, said:

    My life is fucking great. no complaints at all, not that you would have any knowledge of it what's so ever.

    turned out much better than yours.

    https://www.nzherald...jectid=10740850


    not that you would have any knowledge of my life what's so ever
  4. In Topic: Death threats

    17 November 2019 - 01:19 PM

    View PostBrucey, on 17 November 2019 - 12:09 PM, said:



    you deserve to be Sharing a room with an elephant
  5. In Topic: Death threats

    17 November 2019 - 11:21 AM

    View PostBrucey, on 17 November 2019 - 06:48 AM, said:

    The only Psycho on this forum, is the elephant in the room.


    https://www.nzherald...jectid=10740850


    The disorder you suffer causes you to rely upon sayings and cliches so as to distract yourself from real facts.


    sadly you are one of these types of people that will rely upon the recollections of someones imagination while they were very drunk. If this is what you base your life and you deserve to be Sharing a room with an elephant.