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Life Insurance products include: Life (Death Cover) – if the insured dies, a lump sum is paid to beneficiaries or the insured’s closest living relatives; Total Permanent Disablement (TPD Cover) – if the insured is unable to return to work in an occupation within their qualifications and experience, a lump sum is paid to the insured; Critical Illness / Trauma Insurance Cover – if the insured is diagnosed with serious covered illnesses or suffer serious physical covered injuries (for example the loss of the use of two hands), a lump sum is paid to the insured; Income Protection (IP Cover) – if the insured is totally or partially unable to perform important duties of their occupation due to injury or...

The new CTP scheme took force from 1 December 2017 and came about with the passing of the Motor Accident Injury Act 2017 (‘The Act’). Under this new scheme, those who have been injured must pass a ‘minor injury test’ to obtain benefits for more than 26 weeks, and to potentially have a feasible claim for common law damages. This article will deal with the 26-week limitation of benefits awarded for minor injuries, and the steps towards resolving disputes to ultimately allow benefits past 26 weeks, for those who have sustained minor injuries. Under the new CTP Scheme, if you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident you will be entitled to receive the following benefits for the first six...

Construction of s 39 WCA – Workers are entitled to payments for the period between the discontinuation and resumption of payments after an assessment by an AMS Hochbaum v RSM Building Services Pty Ltd; Whitton v Technical and Furthern Education Commission t/as TAFE NSW [2020] NSWCA 113 – White & Brereton JJA & Simpson AJA – 17/06/2020 In Hochbaum v RSM Building Services the Court set aside the orders made by President Phillips on 18/04/2019 be set aside, dismissed the appeal against the decision of the Senior Arbitrator and reinstated the Senior Arbitrator’s COD dated 7/01/2019. By consent, no costs order was made. In Whitton v Technical and Further Education Commission t/as TAFE NSW the Court set aside the orders made by President...