An insured event under a MTPL policy
How to contact us:
1. Instructions on how to act in the event of an insured event
- Stay calm and follow all the requirements of the Traffic Rules.
- Call the INGO Contact Center directly from the scene of the accident at (044) 490-27-47 or (050) 119-01-47 or (067) 246-80-07 and follow the recommendations of the contact center.
- Call the police -102 or draw up a Europrotocol.
- If there are victims, call an ambulance - 103.
- Get information about the parties involved in the accident: Name, make and model of the vehicle, insurance policy number, name of the insurance company. Take pictures of the accident scene from different angles.
- Fill out the form "Report of an accident" and no later than Z working days from the date of the accident, send it together with the documents to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org (in the subject line of the e-mail, be sure to indicate your insurance case number received from the contact center when registering the insured event by phone) or through the form "Claim for compensation".
- Keep the damaged property in the same condition as it was at the time of the accident until it is inspected by a representative of JSIC "INGO".
2. Documents required for insurance indemnity
- Report of the accident (this form must be printed, filled in, signed, dated and its photo/scanned copy sent to us)
- Copy of the passport and identification code of the vehicle owner or authorized representative
- Copy of the Power of Attorney (if any)
- Copy of the insurance policy
- Copy of the T3 registration certificate
- A copy of the driver's license / temporary registration card for the right to drive
- Copy of the accident scheme, explanations, administrative protocol
- Europrotocol (if the accident was registered without the participation of the police)
- Court decision with a wet seal (upon agreement)
- Application for payment (this form must be printed, filled out, signed, dated and sent to us with a photo/scanned copy)
How to apply?
Prepare the necessary documents and send them to the email address email@example.com (in the subject line of the email, be sure to indicate your insurance case number received from the contact center when registering an insured event by phone).
You can also submit documents through the form «Reimbursement Request Form» (below). In this case, be sure to indicate your correct e-mail address for the possibility of feedback communication from INGO.
3. The European Protocol
The Europrotocol in Ukraine gives drivers the right to register minor accidents in a simplified manner without calling the police. It was enacted into law in Ukraine in September 2011.
Registration of an accident using the Europrotocol is a right, not an obligation, for drivers to record an accident in this way. If at least one of the drivers (for whatever reason) does not want to fill out the Europrotocol, the police should be called to the scene of the accident.
A completed Europrotocol form is a full-fledged documentary evidence of an accident, analogous to a police certificate.
The main advantages of registering an accident with the help of the Europrotocol:
- Time saving for the parties involved in the accident
- Drivers are exempted from the need to communicate with the police and the court
- The culprit of the accident does not pay a fine for violation of traffic rules
- The police do not confiscate driver's licenses at the scene of an accident, there is no need to visit the court to obtain a court order
- Reducing traffic congestion at the accident scene for other road users
The Europrotocol can be used to document an accident under 5 conditions:
- There are no persons injured or killed in the accident
- There are only two parties to the accident, both drivers agree with the circumstances of the accident, and one of them admits his or her guilt in the accident.
- The parties to the accident have a valid CTPCI (Motor Third Party Liability Insurance) policy
- Both drivers have no signs of alcohol or drug intoxication
- The amount of damage to the party injured in the accident does not exceed UAH 80,000.
- Take a photo of the car at the scene of the accident and the place of the accident (turn on the geolocation option on the phone you are taking the photo with)
- Fill out the Europrotocol at the scene of the accident without changing the condition of the cars
- Sign the completed document by both participants
- Divide the Europrotocol form between the signatories
- Within 3 business days, the culprit shall submit a claim for the insured event to his/her insurance company and hand over his/her part of the completed Europrotocol form.
Under the European Protocol, only material damage up to UAH 80,000 is compensated.
If it turns out that the amount of damage exceeds UAH 80,000, the culprit will have to compensate the rest of the damage on their own.
If you are not sure about the circumstances of the accident or have doubts about the possible amount of damage, call the police!
When exactly do I need to fill out the Europrotocol?
- Directly at the scene of the accident. Do not move the car from the scene of the accident until the Europrotocol is completely filled out and signed
How many copies of the Europrotocol should be filled out?
- To register an accident using the Europrotocol, use one Europrotocol form of one of the parties to the accident
How to determine which of the two columns drivers need to fill in?
- It does not matter which column of the Europrotocol (yellow or blue) is filled in by the culprit and the victim.
- Each driver fills in his/her part/column of the Europrotocol independently
- The Europrotocol is filled in with a ballpoint pen, which automatically copies the text on the 2nd sheet
- The Europrotocol is divided only after it is completed and signed by both drivers involved in the accident
- It does not matter which of the parties to the accident gets a particular sheet of the Europrotocol (original (sheet 1) or copy (sheet 2))
- Do not supplement the content of the Europrotocol after it is divided between the participants
What should I do if I made a mistake while filling out the form?
- Corrections are not allowed when filling out the Europrotocol. If you spoil the form, take a new one
- You can get a new Europrotocol form at any time from your insurance company.
What if there is not enough space on the form to describe all the circumstances of the accident?
- Non-standard and additional information about the accident can be reflected in an addendum to the Europrotocol. The addendum should be drawn up in 2 copies, signed and indicated in line 14 of the Europrotocol.
With the help of the Electronic Europrotocol information system, this notification can be made electronically using a regular smartphone right at the scene of the accident.
The electronic Europrotocol is filled in by the participants in one copy on any mobile device with a camera and Internet access.
The decision of the MTIBU Presidium dated 13.07.17 No. 403/2017 stipulates that from 01.10.2017 the Europrotocol executed in electronic form is a complete analogue of the Europrotocols sent or submitted to the insurer in paper form.
4. What shouldn't be done?
- Leave the scene of an accident without consulting the insurer's contact center (if only property was damaged). Ignore the need to contact the contact center
- Do not coordinate your actions with the INGO contact center
- Repair the damaged vehicle until it is inspected by an INGO representative.
Reimbursement application form
The insurer pays the insurance indemnity after agreeing on the amount of the indemnity and upon receipt of all necessary documents. Use online services to submit documents.