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What should you do if you’ve just been involved in a fender bender? If there are no injuries, complete either the online Joint Report or complete the printed format which you should keep in your vehicle.

Offered by GAA, the Joint Report is simple to fill in when there’s been an accident with no injuries. It allows the parties involved to identify themselves and report the accident to their respective insurers quickly.

Thanks to the Joint Report, it isn’t necessary to call the police to come to the scene of a minor accident.

Speeding up claims settlement

The Joint Report enables insurers to quickly obtain the information they need, including the driver’s licence number, registration certificate and proof of insurance of both parties involved, to process your insurance claim.

The Joint Report is a straightforward tool that can be completed quickly for an accident with no injuries.

Based on the diagram on the form provided in the Joint Report, your insurer can determine your liability in order to establish your compensation, using the Direct Compensation Agreement.

Joint Report: different options

Two options are available to you for completing a Joint Report. You can :

  1. Use the online Joint Report on your phone or tablet.
  2. Print out a copy and fill it by hand.
    Procedure for filling out the Joint Report:
      1. One of the drivers must tear off the bottom section of the Joint Report and give it to the other driver involved in the accident.

      2. Each driver must complete section A. Accident information on their form.

      3. Each driver must give their form to the other driver to complete section B. information on the other vehicle.

      4. Then, the drivers must retrieve their completed forms so that each driver has the information of the other vehicle involved in the accident.

      5. The drivers must then notify their own insurer or broker and send them their completed forms as soon as possible.

Unable to use one of the previous two options? You can still order a paper copy already printed on infoinsurance.ca

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