Manitoba

Consumer Protection

1999 Decisions

AICAC Decisions for the Year 1999

AICAC File No. Date of Hearing (y/m/d) Date of Decision (y/m/d) Issue
AC-97-140 1999/12/10 1999/12/22 Whether the Appellant’s Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were terminated prematurely
AC-99-73 1999/12/15 1999/12/21
  1. Whether the Appellant’s Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly terminated.
  2. Whether the appellant was capable of resuming former employment.
AC-99-61 1999/10/08 1999/12/01
  1. Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Whether the Appellant’s symptoms were causally connected to the motor vehicle accident.
  3. Whether the Appellant is disabled.
AC-99-71 1999/10/25 1999/11/23 Entitlement to further chiropractic care.
AC-99-83 1999/10/19 1999/11/23
  1. Whether deduction of Social Assistance benefits from Income Replacement Indemnity benefits is warranted.
  2. Whether the Appellant is properly classified as single “non-earner”.
  3. Whether the Income Replacement Indemnity benefits based on pre-accident income level is appropriate.
  4. Entitlement to permanent impairment award.
  5. Whether there should have been a 2 year determination and retraining.
AC-99-104 1999/11/19 1999/11/23 Adequacy of compensation for facial scarring.
AC-99-51 1999/10/07 1999/11/22 Entitlement to further chiropractic treatments.
AC-99-52 1999/10/07 1999/11/22 Entitlement to further chiropractic treatments.
AC-98-76 1999/09/14 1999/11/17
  1. Whether the Appellant’s physical condition was caused by the motor vehicle accident.
  2. Whether the Appellant was thereby prevented from return to work and therefore entitled to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-99-66 1999/08/19 1999/11/16 Whether surgery and consequent expenses and loss of income were attributable to the motor vehicle accident.
AC-99-40 1999/09/03 1999/11/05
  1. Whether the Appellant was able to return to former full-time duties when Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were terminated.
  2. Entitlement to reinstatement of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-99-75 1999/10/05 1999/11/02 Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-97-131 1999/08/23 1999/10/28 Entitlement to reinstatement of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-99-41 1999/08/16 1999/10/26 Calculation of permanent impairment indemnity benefits.
AC-98-73 1998/10/23 1999/10/23 Entitlement to continued payments for chiropractic treatments.
AC-98-37 1999/05/07 1999/10/22
  1. Whether Appellant was able to hold employment by date of termination of Income Replacement Indemnity.
  2. Whether the Appellant withdrew from rehabilitation plan without valid reason.
  3. Whether the Appellant’s symptoms were causally connected to the motor vehicle accident.
AC-99-30 1999/08/27 1999/10/07
  1. Whether Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were prematurely terminated.
  2. Entitlement to cost of rental or purchase of TENS machine and Obus form.
AC-99-45 1999/09/27 1999/10/01 Whether Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly terminated.
AC-99-19 1999/07/12 1999/09/20 Entitlement to continuing physiotherapy.
AC-98-135 1999/07/26 1999/08/31
  1. Whether termination of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits was justified.
  2. Whether psychological difficulties were due to rain damage caused by motor vehicle accident.
AC-98-106 1998/09/17
1999/07/27
1999/08/23 Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-98-63 1999/06/14 1999/08/19 Whether Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly terminated.
AC-98-61 1999/06/23 1999/08/05
  1. Entitlement to renewal of chiropractic care.
  2. Entitlement to reinstatement of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  3. Entitlement to permanent impairment award for cervico-thoracic injury.
  4. Entitlement to permanent impairment award for injury to right shoulder.
  5. Entitlement to permanent impairment award for injury to left shoulder.
  6. Entitlement to re-education for new career.
AC-97-124 1999/07/05 1999/08/05 Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity.
AC-99-20 1999/05/18 1999/07/27 Whether dental work was made necessary by motor vehicle accident.
AC-99-15 1999/06/21 1999/07/27 Whether termination of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits was justified.
AC-99-11 1999/06/18 1999/07/22 Claim for reinstatement and increase in quantum of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-99-21 1999/06/01 1999/07/21 Whether suspension of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits was justified.
AC-99-32 1999/07/07 1999/07/19
  1. Whether Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly terminated.
  2. Entitlement to further chiropractic treatment.
AC-98-167 1999/06/10 1999/07/16 Whether Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were correctly terminated.
AC-97-121 1999/06/02 1999/07/09
  1. Classification of Appellant for purpose of 180 day determination.
  2. Termination date of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-98-104 1999/05/05 1999/06/17 Entitlement to continued chiropractic benefits.
AC-99-23 1999/05/26 1999/06/03 Whether deceased victim was Manitoba resident.
AC-98-136 1999/05/31 1999/06/01 Quantum of permanent impairment award.
AC-98-126 1999/05/19 1999/05/25 Meaning of “relapse”
AC-98-138 1999/05/14 1999/05/18
  1. Whether renewed disability after return to work was caused by motor vehicle accident.
  2. Entitlement to further physical therapy.
AC-97-113 1999/05/12 1999/05/17
  1. Effective date for calculation of impairment benefits.
  2. Calculation of lump sum indemnity.
  3. 180 day determination.
  4. Entitlement to interest on monies payable.
  5. 60 day limitation date for review.
  6. Whether Commission authorized t decide Charter rights.
AC-99-16 1999/05/03 1999/05/10 Claim for reimbursement of expenses for care of another person.
AC-98-152 1999/03/29 1999/04/28 Whether the Appellant had reached pre-accident status when her benefits were terminated.
AC-98-16 1999/04/20 1999/04/26 Entitlement to reimbursement for continued chiropractic care.
AC-98-154 1999/04/19 1999/04/22 Claim for permanent impairment of teeth.
AC-99-06 1999/04/14 1999/04/15 Entitlement to further therapy.
AC-98-21 1999/04/06 1999/04/14 Whether bodily injury caused by an automobile.
AC-98-32 1999/03/23 1999/04/07
  1. Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Entitlement to further physical therapy.
AC-98-118 1999/03/26 1999/04/07
  1. Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Entitlement to physiotherapy.
AC-98-145 1999/01/21 1999/04/06
  1. Entitlement to reinstatement of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Entitlement to further chiropractic treatments.
AC-98-97 1999/03/02 1999/03/31 Reinstatement of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-97-135 1999/01/11 1999/03/31 Whether the Appellant had a valid reason for not attending a program of modified work duties.
AC-98-101 1998/11/23 1999/03/11 Whether the Appellant’s personal assistance benefits were properly terminated.
AC-98-26 1998/11/02
1998/12/08
1998/12/09
1998/12/10
1999/01/12
1999/03/08
  1. Entitlement to resumption of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits, and if so, from what date.
  2. Entitlement to further rehabilitation expenses, including physiotherapy and chiropractic treatments.
AC-98-81 1999/03/03 1999/03/08 Entitlement to continued therapy.
AC-98-22 1998/12/16 1999/02/23
  1. Whether personal care assistance benefits were properly terminated.
  2. Whether Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly terminated.
  3. Entitlement to continuing rehabilitative treatment.
AC-98-55 1999/02/12 1999/02/17 Entitlement to continued chiropractic benefits.
AC-97-84 1999/02/08 1999/02/15 Whether surviving victim of motor vehicle accident is entitled to personal care expenses resulting from death of co-victim.
AC-98-40 1999/01/05 1999/02/10
  1. Whether termination for non-compliance is justified.
  2. Whether Appellant’s condition caused by the motor vehicle accidents.
AC-98-58 1999/01/18 1999/02/09 Whether motor vehicle accident gave rise to need for new dentures.
AC-98-72 1998/12/02 1999/02/02 Whether injury was caused by an automobile in motion.
AC-98-116 1999/01/19 1999/01/21
  1. Entitlement to payment for chiropractic services on motor vehicle accident already decided upon by the Commission.
  2. Commission’s jurisdiction.