Which form do I use?

If you have been in an accident and are not sure which form/s you need to complete, you will find further information below.

Accident Report Form

The Accident Report Form is to be completed by the at-fault driver, motorcyclist or registered owner where a person is injured or a fatality occurs in a motor vehicle accident. This form is to be lodged with the CTP Insurer of your vehicle.

This form can be completed electronically via the Lodging a claim form page. You can also access the PDF version of the Accident Report Form.

Injury Claim Form

The Injury Claim Form is to be completed by any person who is injured in a motor vehicle accident, and is to be lodged with the CTP Insurer of the vehicle you believe caused the accident.

This form can be completed electronically via the Lodging a claim form page. You can also access the PDF version of the Injury Claim Form.

Fatality Claim Form

The Fatality Claim Form should be completed when a vehicle accident has occurred and someone has been fatally injured. The form should be lodged with the CTP Insurer of the at-fault vehicle’s owner.

This form can be completed electronically via the Lodging a claim form page. You can also access the PDF version of the Fatality Claim Form.

If you do not have access to a printer, all forms can be posted to you by calling the CTP Regulator Enquiries Line on 1300 303 558.

Returning your claim form to the CTP Insurer:

Find the contact details for the CTP Insurer handling your claim.

If you do not know the at-fault vehicle's CTP Insurer but you have their number plate details, go to EzyReg and select ‘check registration expiry date’ (if you are unsure of the at-fault vehicle's plate number, click here for more information or contact us).

Voluntary Medical Certificate

Either download and print the Voluntary Medical Certificate or download and type directly into the editable pdf before printing or emailing. Please note, the questions must remain in the format contained within the certificate.

For more information about the Voluntary Medical Certificate, please refer to our Voluntary Medical Certificate Fact Sheet with FAQs or visit Voluntary Medical Certificate information for injured people or Voluntary Medical Certificate information for medical practitioners.