Safety + Injury Management Blog

Managing a Psychological Claim

Posted by Frances Johnson on May 17, 2018 5:26:28 PM


Managing a psychological claim can be difficult. The prognosis can be poor, the worker may be reluctant to participate, workplace issues may be present, non-compensable issues may be present and...

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Rehabilitation Interventions for Life Insurance Claimants

Posted by Recovery Partners on Jul 27, 2017 1:30:00 PM

In the life insurance sector, rehabilitation procedures are aimed at restoring claimants to their maximal physical, psychological, social and vocational capacity. When appropriately executed, the...

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3 Success Factors for a Life Insurance Claimants Return to Work

Posted by Recovery Partners on Jul 27, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Working provides more than just income. Not only does it give individuals a sense of accomplishment but also in itself offers health benefits. When a person can’t work because of an illness or...

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How is Rehabilitation Different in the Life Insurance Industry?

Posted by Recovery Partners on Jul 26, 2017 5:04:46 PM

Rehabilitation in the life insurance is generally aimed at assisting individuals with incapacitating illnesses and injuries to regain wellness. When effectively implemented, engagement with an...

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CGU To Exit NSW Workers’ Comp Scheme Following Changes

Posted by Recovery Partners on Mar 2, 2017 2:06:38 PM

It was announced yesterday that CGU has made the decision to exit the NSW Worker’s Compensation Scheme. The exit will take place at the end of 2017, when their current contract expires. CGU’s exit...

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Life Insurance Commissions

Posted by Nicole Turner on Aug 22, 2016 10:57:19 AM

For Industry Super Australia, the scandal Four Corners revealed around the handling of claims is no surprise. Industry Super Australia chief executive, David Whiteley said, "They are paying...

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