CTP Open Data tool available
The State Insurance Regulatory Authority has launched the CTP Open Data tool to give motorists, general public and industry stakeholders access to key data about the CTP scheme.
The data shows how the scheme is operating and how insurance companies are performing.
This online interactive data tool allows users to view information about Green Slip premiums, claims performance, and payments by individual insurers across selected time periods. It also enhances transparency and accountability and helps monitor and improve insurer performance.
The CTP Open Data tool will be updated with relevant information about the scheme throughout 2020.
New resources to raise awareness of CTP scheme
We have produced new videos and factsheets to help the public, motorists, injured people and their families be aware of what the CTP scheme offers and what assistance is available when someone gets injured or a loved one is fatally injured after a motor accident.
These resources are part of our broader strategy to raise awareness of the CTP scheme, how premiums are priced, and the benefits and support offered to motorists, injured people and their families.
You can click on the links below to watch these videos, which will be updated regularly. You can also share these resources with your networks:
- How to claim personal injury benefits explains how to make a claim for 'income support payments' and 'medical treatment' if a person has been injured in a motor accident in NSW.
- How to use the CTP online claims submission explains how to submit a CTP claim online for personal injury benefits.
- Support while you recover (statutory benefits) explains what support is available is to an injured person in a motor accident in NSW.
- Certificate of capacity/certificate of fitness explains the importance of a certificate of capacity/certificate of fitness as a tool to support an injured person’s recovery and assist them to get back to their usual activities after a motor accident or work-related injury or illness.
- How to apply for a claim for damages explains how to apply for a claim for damages in the CTP Scheme including information on process, criteria, documentation and timeframes.
- How to claim compensation for relatives explains how close relatives who are dependent on an individual killed on the road can claim for funeral expenses and compensation. You can also download a PDF factsheet which explains the process.
- How to apply for funeral expenses explains how to apply for a funeral expenses claim in the CTP Scheme, which may include the funeral director's professional fee, coffin, mourning car and more.
- How CTP Green Slip prices are set (Premiums) explains the CTP Green Slip, how to use SIRA's Green Slip Check online, and how insurers set the price of CTP Green Slips
- How to apply to the Legal Advisory Service explains how to apply to SIRA's Legal Advisory Service for help with a CTP claim.
- How to apply for a merit review explains the steps an injured person can take if they have a CTP claim and disagree with the insurer's decision about the amount of their weekly benefit payments, treatment and care payments, or other related disputes
- How to apply for a medical dispute explains how to apply for a medical dispute in the CTP Scheme to SIRA's Dispute Resolution Service.
- What is CTP Assist explains how CTP Assist provides information and support to injured people.
Applications open for non-treating health practitioners
We’re now accepting applications for appointment as authorised health practitioners (AHPs) in the CTP scheme and injury management consultants (IMCs) in the workers compensation system.
The approval and regulatory frameworks have been aligned where possible to set clear and consistent minimum standards, expectations and processes for non-treating health practitioners who provide services to people injured at work or in a motor vehicle accident in NSW.
For further information email email@example.com or telephone 1300 656 919.
Have your say: CTP arrangements for the point to point industry
We are seeking feedback from industry stakeholders on how CTP premiums should be calculated for the point to point industry after transitional legislative requirements expire on 1 December 2020.
Our draft options paper outlines five possible CTP arrangements to foster lower premiums, improved safety and greater flexibility to respond to future changes.
Submissions close on Friday 24 January 2020.
For more information or to make a submission, visit our website.