Injury Claim Submission by registered treatment providers who are NOT ACC registered

D Lohr made this Official Information request to Accident Compensation Corporation

Response to this request is long overdue. By law Accident Compensation Corporation should have responded by now (details and exceptions). You can complain to the Ombudsman.

From: D Lohr

Dear Accident Compensation Corporation,

How does a registered treatment provider, who is not a registered treatment provider with ACC (not "ACC registered"), file a claim on behalf of an injured person?

Would they still use the ACC-45 form? Or would it be a different form?

What is a non-ACC registered doctor expected to do with a patient, should he discover an injury during regular examination of the patient, if said doctor is not ACC registered?

Yours faithfully,

D Lohr

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Dear Government Services,

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A: A bad lawyer makes your case drag on for years. A good lawyer makes it last even longer.

Yours sincerely,

D Lohr

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Accident Compensation Corporation

Tçnâ koe

 

Thank you  for your email of 12 July 2015 requesting the following
information under the Official Information Act 1982:

 

“How does a registered treatment provider, who is not a registered
treatment provider with ACC (not "ACC registered"), file a claim on behalf
of an injured person? 

Would they still use the ACC-45 form?  Or would it be a different form?

What is a non-ACC registered doctor expected to do with a patient, should
he discover an injury during regular examination of the patient, if said
doctor is not ACC registered?”

 

Thank you also for your email of 21 August 2015 which provided proof of
address required by ACC in order to proceed with your request.

 

ACC is working on your request and will be in touch with you as soon as
possible, and certainly by 18 September 2015.

 

Ngâ mihi

Government Services

 

 

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Accident Compensation Corporation

Tēnā koe

 

Thank you for your request of 12 July 2015 asking for information under
the Official Information Act 1982. Thank you also for your email of 21
August 2015 which provided proof of address required by ACC in order to
proceed with your request. A response to this request has been posted to
the address you provided.

 

Ngā mihi

Government Services

 

 

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