CRU and NHS charges

CRU and NHS charges guidance:

Introduction The process of challenging a Compensation Recovery Unit (CRU) certificate of recoverable benefits was reformed in 2013, in the hope that a greater number of...

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Contributory negligence Recoverable benefits Any deductions for contributory negligence should be determined before assessing the amount of the compensation payment. The...

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What can be offset? A claimant will often receive state benefits as a result of their accident and the Department for Work and Pensions operates a system for recovering...

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New regime Since 1 October 2008 any lump sum payments made to a claimant under: • the Pneumoconiosis etc (Workers’ Compensation) Act 1979, or • the 2008 Diffuse...

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When a claimant is successful in claiming compensation as a result of an accident, the National Health Service (NHS) is entitled to recover an amount to cover the cost of...

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Note: This Practice Note is relevant only to Part 36 offers as considered under CPR 36 in force as from 6 April 2015. For offers made prior to this, see Practice Note:...

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The recovery system A claimant will often receive state benefits as a result of their accident, injury or disease. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) operates a...

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Interim payments When a compensator makes an interim payment, all recoverable payments accrued up to the date of the payment, including any lump sum payments, must be...

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While communications with the Compensation Recovery Unit (CRU) still take place by traditional methods (post, DX, fax and telephone), it now operates a system via its...

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