6.2.2 Determine liability


6.2.2.1 Guidelines to determine liability | 6.2.2.2 Check claim validity | 6.2.2.3 Liability determination | 6.2.2.4 Liability rejected: worker appeals decision | 6.2.2.5 Suspend impairment process | 6.2.2.6 Independent impairment assessment | 6.2.2.7 Worker non-attendance at IIA-HLA | 6.2.2.8 Review IIA report


The worker lodges a claim for impairment benefits with their employer or if the employer has ceased or is no longer in existence, on the Agent. The worker must use a Worker’s Claim for Impairment Benefits form.

A worker is not required to provide any medical evidence in support of the claim, however, if the worker is legally represented, the worker’s solicitor may enclose a copy of treating medical evidence along with a Solicitor Inquiry Form (SIF). The claim form, the SIF and the enclosed material is then submitted to the managing Agent by either the employer or the worker’s solicitor.

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