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Sheryl Jackson – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 – request for informationThe Proctor, 2007Co-Authors: Sheryl JacksonAbstract:
In Angus v Conelius  QCA 190 the Queensland Court of Appeal concluded that the obligations under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 (Qld), and in particular s 45 of the Act (duty of claimant to cooperate with insurer), continue beyond the commencement of court proceedings
Mandatory offers under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 – with interest please!The Proctor, 2005Co-Authors: Sheryl JacksonAbstract:
In Windon v Edwards  QDC 029 Robin QC DCJ considered the cost consequence of mandatory final offers under the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 (Qld)
Practice and Procedure – Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 s 45 – duty of claimant to cooperate with insurerThe Proctor, 2004Co-Authors: Sheryl JacksonAbstract:
In Suncorp Metway Insurance Limited v Brown  QCA 325 the Queensland Court of Appeal considered the extent of the duty of cooperation imposed on a claimant under s45 of the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 (Qld). The issue is an important one because it affects virtually all claims made under the Act.
U Von Wartburg – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
the health technology assessment of the compulsory Accident Insurance scheme of hand transplantation in switzerlandJournal of Hand Surgery (European Volume), 2015Co-Authors: Urs Brugger, Rafael Plessow, Sascha Hess, A Caballero, Klaus Eichler, Viktor E Meyer, U Von WartburgAbstract:
Recently the decision-making committee of the compulsory Swiss Accident Insurance scheme needed to make a basic decision as to whether to fund hand transplantation under that scheme or not. A Healt…
Bettina Lindemann – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
1616c integrated care for workers with occupational skin cancer in the german social Accident Insurance scheme rehabilitation with all appropriate means provided by the statutory social Accident Insurance in germanyOccupational and Environmental Medicine, 2018Co-Authors: Bettina LindemannAbstract:
Introduction Skin cancer caused by exposure to certain harmful substances has been a part of the list of occupational diseases in Germany for some time. In 2015 certain types of skin cancer (squamous cell carcinoma or multiple actinic keratosis of the skin caused by natural UV-irradiation) were added as a new occupational disease to the list of occupational diseases. These types of skin cancer are recognised as occupational disease if the insured person has been exposed to certain effective doses of sunlight at his or her workplace. There is a rising number of such cases reported to the statutory social Accident Insurance and its institutions which are the entities in charge of prevention, rehabilitation and compensation of occupational diseases in accordance with the German social security system. The institutions for statutory social Accident Insurance have developed concepts to handle the growing numbers of these cases. Methods Based on research and the discussion with medical experts, standards for the procedure, for the medical treatment, the rehabilitation of workers affected by occupational skin cancer and the prevention of occupational skin cancer have been established. Concepts for follow-up care have been developed and new methods of therapy have been admitted for the medical treatment of patients suffering from occupational skin cancer. Results The statutory social Accident Insurance has established measures to provide effective methods of rehabilitation for the patients concerned in accordance with the basic principle governing this social security scheme in Germany – acting ‘with all appropriate means’. Discussion Apart from providing effective help for the workers affected a major aim for the institutions of statutory Accident Insurance is the prevention of occupational skin cancer caused by exposure to natural UV-irradiation. The institutions of statutory social Accident Insurance will continue their efforts to reduce the risk for workers of contracting skin cancer caused by exposure to natural UV-irradiation at the workplace.