Accident Compensation (Maternal Birth Injury and Other Matters) Amendment Bill

About this bill

The main objectives of this bill are to provide more equitable coverage for injuries covered by the Accident Compensation Scheme, and to provide greater clarity for claimants, and to better give effect to the policy intent of the Accident Compensation Act 2001.

Current status

Passed second reading 27 July 2022, awaiting committee of the whole House

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill


All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 103-2
Introduced 7 December 2021
First reading 14 December 2021
Select Committee Education and Workforce Committee
Public submissions due 11 February 2022
Select Committee report back 28 June 2022
Second reading 27 July 2022
Divided No

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