NSW CTP Update – Two years of the MAI Act

AGENDA

Thursday 14 November 2019

Registration: 2:45pm
Seminar begins: 3:00pm
Seminar concludes: 5:30pm

FEES

(Inclusive of GST)

Member: $140

Non-member: $190


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Location

Wesley Conference Centre
220 Pitt Street
Sydney, NSW, 2000
Australia

Registration

Registrations Open: 12th Sep 19 9:00 AM

Registrations Close: 13th Nov 19 11:55 PM

Places Available: 13






NSW CTP Update – Two years of the MAI Act

Overview

Two years after the introduction of the Motor Accidents Injuries Act 2017 (NSW), Andrew Stone SC returns to explore how the Act has been operating, and what can be expected for NSW CTP going forward.

He will cover:

the definition of minor injury;

tax and statutory benefits payments;

who bears the onus at DRS;

no-fault/blameless accidents;

statutory benefits, liability disputes and exceptional costs orders;

pursuing a damages claim; and

what a personal injury tribunal is, and its effects.

This is always a very popular seminar so register ASAP to avoid missing out.

Speaker

Andrew Stone SC, Sir James Martin Chambers

Andrew Stone is a Barrister practising from Sir James Martin Chambers. He specialises in personal injury law including motor accident and public liability cases.

Andrew is a former National President and NSW Director of the Australian Lawyers Alliance. He is the current NSW President. For over a decade Andrew has appeared before NSW parliamentary inquiries on behalf of the ALA and the NSW Bar Association. He has authored numerous submissions to government opposing the diminution of the rights of the injured. He has written and lectured widely on personal injury law. He is the most frequent complainant to SIRA about the conduct of MAS assessors and insurers within the NSW motor accidents scheme.

Event Details

VENUE

Wesley Conference Centre
220 Pitt Street
Sydney, NSW, 2000

PROGRAM

Thursday 14th November 2019

2:45pm: Registration
3:00pm: Seminar commences
5:30pm: Seminar concludes


CLE

Claim up to 2 points

FEES

(1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)

Member: $140

Non-member: $190