News Regulations29 Aug 2019

Australia:Laws for institutional sexual abuse claims are 'inconsistent', says conference speaker

Since the outcome of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, laws in Australia to compensate victims have changed dramatically. The introduction of a national redress scheme (NRS) have made it easier for most insurance claimants to receive some compensation in the form of a recognition payment according to Carroll & O'Dea special counsel Bill Madden who will be addressing this issue at the Australian Insurance Law Association's (AILA) national conference later this year.

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