Manitoba

Consumer Protection

2006 Decisions

AICAC Decisions for the Year 2006

AICAC File No. Date of Hearing (y/m/d) Date of Decision (y/m/d) Issue
AC-02-82 2005/05/245
2006/10/25
2006/12/28
  1. Whether the Appellant is incapable of returning to full-time employment and therefore entitled to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Adequacy of permanent impairment award.
  3. Entitlement to permanent impairment benefits for loss of lumbar spine range of motion.
AC-04-144 2006/10/31 2006/12/22 Entitlement to funding for physiotherapy and acupuncture.
AC-04-93 2006/12/05 2006/12/18
  1. Entitlement to payment for pain and suffering, lost wages for parents, reimbursement for victim’s personal belongings and education and travel expenses for the family.
  2. Entitlement to greater non-dependent Lump Sum Indemnity payment.
  3. Entitlement to greater coverage for funeral expenses.
AC-06-111 2006/11/30 2006/12/18 Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-05-113 2006/10/12 2006/12/15 Whether the rate of pay for personal care assistance provided by the Appellant’s wife was properly determined.
AC-05-183 2006/11/27 2006/12/12 Entitlement to coverage for further chiropractic treatment benefits.
AC-04-158 2006/10/03
2006/10/04
2006/10/05
2006/12/08 Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-05-181 2006/11/16 2006/12/07 Entitlement to further chiropractic treatments
AC-06-43 2006/11/23 2006/12/07 Entitlement to further permanent impairment benefits.
AC-04-205 2006/06/27 2006/12/05
  1. Entitlement to reimbursement of the cost of medications.
  2. Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-03-86 2006/07/11
2006/07/12
2006/09/11
2006/11/30 Whether the Appellant’s Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly terminated.
AC-03-137 2006/11/15 2006/11/23 Entitlement to permanent impairment award for damaged tooth.
AC-04-04 2005/08/02
2005/10/30
2006/11/21 Entitlement to funding for prescription Androgel Testosterone.
AC-05-186 2006/10/11 2006/10/30 Entitlement to further permanent impairment benefits.
AC-05-148 2006/10/04 2006/10/17 Extension of time to file Notice of Appeal.
AC-06-21 2006/09/13 2006/10/12
  1. Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Entitlement to funding for acupuncture treatments.
AC-05-113(2) 2006/04/03
2006/08/17
2006/10/11 Entitlement to funding and or reimbursement for various expenses.
AC-99-158 2006/09/13 2006/10/11
  1. Entitlement to permanent impairment benefits for concussion.
  2. Entitlement to further chiropractic treatment benefits/
AC-05-80 2006/06/13 2006/09/25
  1. Entitlement to psychotherapy treatment benefits
  2. Entitlement to funding for additional pain management therapy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy.
AC-05-47 2006/09/06 2006/09/14 Whether the Appellant’s ongoing disability is related to the motor vehicle accident.
AC-05-14 2006/08/11 2006/08/24 Termination of chiropractic benefits.
AC-05-16 2006/03/29
2006/06/20
2006/07/24 Whether the Appellant’s Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly reduced.
AC-04-20 2006/05/03
2006/05/04
2006/06/20
2006/06/22
2006/06/29
2006/07/18 Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-04-104 2004/09/14
2006/02/06
2006/05/05
2006/06/08
2006/07/14 Discontinuance of Appeal.
AC-04-162 2005/07/11
2006/05/18
2006/06/27 Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-05-198 2006/06/13 2006/06/22 Entitlement to physiotherapy benefits.
AC-04-54 2006/05/11 2006/06/22
  1. Whether the Appellant’s Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were correctly determined.
  2. Whether the Appellant’s employment was properly determined.
  3. Whether the Appellant is able to perform the duties of the determined employment.
  4. Whether the determined employment income was proper.
  5. Whether the Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were properly terminated.
AC-04-62 2006/05/25 2006/06/07
  1. Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Entitlement to alternative vocational training.
AC-05-158 2005/12/07
2006/05/15
2006/06/06 Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-04-177 2006/04/20 2006/05/30 Whether the medical information provided constitutes new information.
AC-05-125 2006/04/26 2006/05/10 Whether the Appellant has provided a reasonable excuse for the late filing of her Notice of Appeal.
AC-04-133 2006/04/04 2006/05/02
  1. Did the Appellant provide a reasonable excuse for the late filing of the Application for Review.
  2. Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-05-185 2006/03/23 2006/04/03 Entitlement to further chiropractic treatment benefits.
AC-04-155 2006/02/28 2006/03/29 Whether the Appellant was a dependant as defined by Section 70(1) of the MPIC Act.
AC-05-91 2006/01/12 2006/02/28 Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-03-100 2005/10/27
2005/10/28
2005/10/31
2006/02/22
  1. Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  2. Reimbursement of expenses including personal care assistance benefits, treatment benefits, dental benefits, travel benefits and medication.
AC-01-04 2005/11/07
2005/11/08
2005/11/09
2006/02/22
  1. Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity.
  2. Entitlement to a contribution for the costs of attendant care.
  3. Entitlement to reimbursement of expenses for specialized equipment, renovations of residence for wheelchair accessibility, the purchase of an additional wheelchair and other assistive devices, etc.
AC-04-13 2006/01/26 2006/02/16 Whether the Appellant has provided a reasonable excuse for failing to apply for an Application for Review within the 60 day time limit.
AC-05-25 2005/12/14 2006/02/09 Entitlement to funding for athletic therapy treatment
AC-04-99 2006/01/24 2006/02/09 Entitlement to further Income Replacement Indemnity benefits
AC-04-199 2005/11/23 2006/02/08
  1. Whether the Appellant’s entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits were correctly terminated under Section 110(1)(a)
  2. Entitlement to further funding for physiotherapy or chiropractic treatments.
AC-04-115 2006/01/06 2006/02/06 Determination of Income Replacement Indemnity benefit.
AC-05-04 2005/12/15 2006/02/03
  1. Whether the medical reports constitute new information as required by Section 171(1) of the MPIC Act.
  2. Entitlement to Permanent Impairment award pursuant to Section 127 of the MPIC Act.
AC-03-177 2006/01/23 2006/02/01 Entitlement to further chiropractic treatment benefits.
AC-04-207 2005/10/31 2006/01/24 Entitlement to reimbursement for travel expenses incurred while travelling to and from job placements.
AC-04-92 2005/11/17
2005/12/12
2006/01/24 Whether the Appellant is capable of performing her pre-accident occupational duties.
AC-03-57 2005/12/01 2006/01/24
  1. Entitlement to further chiropractic treatment benefits.
  2. Entitlement to reimbursement for costs incurred for massage therapy.
  3. Entitlement to permanent impairment award.
AC-03-154 2005/11/15
2005/11/18
2006/01/20
  1. Entitlement to further permanent impairment benefits.
  2. Entitlement to funding for physiotherapy care provided for vertigo.
AC-05-03 2005/10/17
2005/11/16
2006/01/19 Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
AC-04-24 2005/11/17 2006/01/18
  1. Whether there is “new information” sufficient to permit a fresh decision.
  2. Whether there is a causal connection between the symptoms suffered and the motor vehicle accidents.
  3. Entitlement of Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.
  4. Entitlement to Personal Injury Protection Plan benefits.
AC-05-111 2005/11/05 2006/01/05 Entitlement to further trigger point injections.
AC-04-160 2005/12/06 2006/01/05 Entitlement to Income Replacement Indemnity benefits.

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