RAF Matters


NEDLAC ROAD ACCIDENT BENEFIT SCHEME - matrix


Letter from APRAV re. NEDAC


Aprav Update March 2016


LAW SOCIETY SERIOUSLY CONCERNED AT REPORTS OF IRREGULARITIES RELATING TO PRESCRIBED DIRECT CLAIMS BY ROAD ACCIDENT VICTIMS


What effect does RABS have on those victims who have suffered a brain injury?


APRAVs-presentation-to-various-Medicolegal-practices-affected-by-the-RABS-Bill

The following document serves as a presentation presented to numerous Medicolegal practices which collectively gives an overview of APRAV and the RABS Bill.

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PUBLICATION FOR COMMENTS: DRAFT ROAD ACCIDENT FUND BENEFIT SCHEME BILL, 2014


Protection of Road Accident Fund Victims


The Effect of RABS


The Road Accident Fund and Serious Injuries: The Narrative Test

The Road Accident Fund and Serious Injuries: The Narrative Test

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The Interpretation of the Amended RAF Act 56 of 1996 and the Regulations Thereto by the Courts with Regard to “Serious Injury” Claims

The Interpretation of the Amended RAF Act 56 of 1996 and the Regulations Thereto by the Courts with Regard to “Serious Injury” Claims




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