Blog Archives

Without consent there is no “Doctor-Patient” relationship in law.
The Informed Consent Doctrine is the cornerstone of the Doctor-Patient relationship.   It has altering the attitudes of a new generation of Doctors towards their patients, and its requirements are now reflected in consent forms that heath care institutions require patients to sign upon admission and before various procedures are performed.
Setting the Boundaries for the Doctor-Patient Relationship…..

Issue: Judicial review of an Administrative decision, a guy claimed injury in the course of employment, so he found Order 56 of the Supreme Court (General Civil Procedure) Rules 2015 (Vic) which allow the Court to review the opinion of the Medical Panel made under Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013(Vic) in respect of the his capacity to work. The Medical Panel’s opinion had effect that his claim must
fail and he loses his compensation.

Following ASIC action, Allianz Australia Insurance Limited (Allianz) has compensated 740 Petplan insurance customers over $231,000 and its agent, Petplan Australasia Pty Ltd (Petplan), has corrected its Petplan advertising.

When entering into a settlement and subrogation agreement, it is essential that you are comfortable with the amount for which you are indemnifying the insured. If the amount is based on unreasonable assumptions and figures, or you are in fact mistaken about the loss suffered, the insured amount may not be recoverable in any subrogation claim.

Fair enough I suppose, but is it signalling a kiss good bye to the McKenzie Friend? They are related in that the McKenzie friend is the big brother of little amicus curiae in that little amicus would normally only put in a written submission for the Court to consider where as McKenzie friend gets to speak before the Court.

This is an electronic summary of an individual’s health records, and the system allows for individuals and healthcare providers to access their key health information online.

Insurance companies rely on your ignorance of the changes the Government has made nationally to protect your rights from Insurers not paying.

No newer/older posts
%d bloggers like this: