ACC invents Time Machine: Uses it for Evil

Having been unhappy with only finding ways to deny current and new claims, ACC appeared to have used their considerable talents and resources to develop technology that even the most skilled and ingenious quantum physicists have been unable to achieve: the ability to travel through time and change the past! Now anyone who has ever Read More >

New Years Resolution: Complain more

I have always been inclined to complain about injustice. It will surprise few that I have even been known to send the odd letter to the editor in the past and much to my partner’s annoyance even yell at the evening news. Occasionally I even stop watching the news, just so I stop yelling at Read More >

The Rapists Charter

One of the most well recognised tactics that abusers of all types use, and this is confirmed time and time again in the clinical literature, is to "blame the victim." The classic example of this being when a woman is blamed for being attacked due to having dressed too provocatively. That's why I was so Read More >

Someone really should tell them

So I've been worried lately I might have been a little harsh on ACC. It is possible, even likely I thought, that they actually don’t know that their public statements are ill-informed. Likely, I thought because if they do know then that means senior ACC managers and maybe even the Minster Hon. Nick Smith are Read More >

Insensitive Claims

"We’re pleased to say that the transition has gone smoothly." Alarmingly, Dr. Peter Jansen the senior clinical directorate who is in charge of these changes  recently sent a letter where he made the above statement! The story is very different in reality, and we are starting to hear horrific stories of confusion and incompetence.  Stories like: A Read More >

ACC protest delivers 4000 signatures to Parliament

Click here to see the story as it originally appeared on Stuff Opponents of ACC's new guidelines for dealing with sensitive claims have delivered a petition with 4000 signatures to Parliament in Wellington. Petition organisers said half of the signatures came from clinical professionals. ACC Minister Nick Smith was unavailable to meet the petition's organiser Read More >

Review of ACC sex abuse compo

Click here to see the story as it originally appeared on Stuff As parliament voted through the first stage of sweeping ACC cuts, the Government ordered a review of controversial new rules for sex abuse claims – on the day they took effect. ACC Minister Nick Smith said he had instructed the board to report Read More >

Psychotherapists on ACC sexual abuse guidelines

from Checkpoint on Tuesday 27 October 2009 A petition opposing the new sensitive claims policy, signed by 4000 people, was today presented to Parliament Read More >

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