NSW CTP update webcast 2020
Registrants will be emailed a unique link 24hrs after registering.
Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)
Member: $120.00 AUD
Registrations Open: 19th Nov 20 9:00 AM
Registrations Close: 31st Dec 20 9:00 AM
Registrations are closed
Don’t miss the ALA’s annual NSW CTP event presented by Andrew Stone SC. Three years after the introduction of the Motor Accidents Injuries Act 2017 (NSW), Andrew returns to explore how the Act has been operating, and what can be expected for NSW CTP going forward.
The event will cover the following:
- Problems with the minor injury definition with adjustment disorders;
- The challenges of interstate vehicles;
- How a major criminal offence can affect statutory benefits entitlements;
- Why the onus of proof matters in a statutory benefits liability dispute;
- Recovering exceptional costs in a statutory benefits claim;
- Lodging a damages claim within 20 months – can you get an insurer to concede the WPI threshold?;
- Changes to assessing loss of domestic services in a CTR claim; and
- The introduction of the Personal Injury Commission (PIC).
This is an essential session for NSW lawyers working in CTP and is always a popular event. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this seminar will be offered online and in-person. You can watch the event from your home or office, all you need is a stable internet connection.
Record date: Tuesday 17 November 2020
Webcast time length: 2 hours and 30 minutues
Access Link will be valid for 7 days.
Claim up to 2 cpd point.
Andrew Stone SC
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.
will be using the interactive and easy-to-use platform, GoToWebinar, which works with any computer with Internet access.
Registrants will be able to access the content at their own time with a unique link received via email. The email Note the link will expire after seven days. Delegate folders can be downloaded from the 'handouts' section prior to viewing the webinar.
Once the webinar begins, it can be paused, rewound, or fast-forwarded.
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