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What’s wrong with the Wrongs Act in Victoria?

The Victorian Government is again looking at making amendments to the Wrongs Act 1958 which will have important implications for insurers and the conduct of personal injury claims.

The amendments adopt recommendations made by the Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission’s 2014 review of the Wrongs Act.

In this alert Andrew Seiter (Partner) and Noa Zur (Senior Associate) look at how the proposed changes will affect the entitlement to compensation of certain claimants, and whether the Bill will receive safe passage through Parliament.

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