Completed by health professionals to provide the Insurance Commission with information of the person who is potentially catastrophically injured in a crash.
Completed by medical specialists following medical treatment of a person catastrophically injured in a motor vehicle crash.
Completed by the patient's consultant or treating doctor prior to submitting a FIM™/WeeFIM® assessment to the Insurance Commission.
To be eligible for necessary and reasonable treatment, care and support from the Catastrophic Injuries Support scheme as part of Western Australia’s expanded motor injury insurance you must meet the following criteria.
Under Western Australia’s motor injury insurance, all people catastrophically injured in motor vehicle crashes will receive necessary and reasonable treatment, care and support.
All people catastrophically injured in a motor vehicle, who are unable to identify another driver at fault, can make an application to become a participant in the CIS scheme.
Care Services Coordinators plan and coordinate treatment, care and support for people catastrophically injured in crashes.
The Motor Vehicle (Catastrophic Injuries) Regulations 2016 provides for a formal dispute resolution process for disagreements about a decision on eligibility or treatment, care and support made by the Insurance Commission.