Find information to help with a dispute or stay informed about changes in the Commission.
- Pathway Portal Learning Materials
- Annual Review
- Appeal Case Summaries
- Fact Sheets
- Key Performance Indicators
- Legal Bulletin
- Memorandum of Understanding
- Motor Accidents Cost Calculators
- Papers and Presentations
- Personal Injury Commission News
- Procedural Directions
- Stakeholder Engagement Framework
- Venues for Dispute Resolution Services
Guides and eLearning modules to help you use the Pathway Portal for motor accidents dispute applications
The Commission’s Annual Reviews contain information about the Commission’s yearly operations, performance and key achievements. The reporting period for the Reviews correspond to the relevant financia...
These case summaries provide an overview of, and introduction to, the most recent Presidential and Court of Appeal decisions.
The following tables indicate how functions under the PIC Act, PIC and scheme regulations, and rules are delegated from 1 March 2021.
The Personal Injury Commission was established by the Personal Injury Commission Act 2020. This Act provides for the objects and functions of the Commission, as well as determining how proceedings are...
The ‘Damages and Costs Calculators’ are designed to assist Members in providing accurate and consistent costs assessments in accordance with the relevant Acts and Regulations and are also a useful too...
Our expert papers and presentations contain the latest issues and developments in the personal injury dispute resolution system. Commission members and partners speak at events across NSW.
The Commission’s policies set standards of practice for the Commission and the people who use our services.
Procedural directions provide a more detailed explanation of the Personal Injury Commission’s procedures.
Our rules provide operational direction to the Commission, covering matters of practice and procedure in our proceedings.
The Personal Injury Commission works closely with its users and other stakeholders to enable it to resolve disputes between people injured in workplaces and motor accidents in NSW, insurers and employ...
The Commission delivers tribunal services across New South Wales through a mix of physical, virtual and hybrid venues.
Access to archive resources previously published on the Workers Compensation Commission website and Dispute Resolution Services content on SIRA website.