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Independent Impairment Assessors – TAC – Transport Accident Commission
Independent Impairment Assessors (IIAs) are medical practitioners specially trained
to conduct impairment assessments.
These assessments are required for a person injured in a transport accident, who have
made a claim for impairment benefits,
as a result of sustaining a permanent impairment.
Impairment assessors, play a critical role in ensuring the TAC provides timely and equitable
lump sum benefits to a person
injured in a transport accident.
Becoming an Independent Impairment Assessor
All IIA’s must undergo specific training. Training is delivered by an accredited training provider
approved by the Minister for the TAC.
The course offers:
- Administrative information on the assessment of impairment
- Theory and practice of assessing impairment
Providing services to the TAC
Upon the successful completion of the impaiment assessment training course, you can request
to provide services by directly contacting us.
The TAC can pay the reasonable costs of impairment assesment service as detailed in the
below fee schedules:
- Joint Medical Examinations and reports
- Medical reports (Non TAC requested) Impairment Examinations and Reports
- (applies to examinations performed prior to 1 July 2014)
- Medical reports (TAC requested) Impairment and Serious Injury Examinations and Reports