If you have been injured in an automobile accident in Ontario as a cyclist, motor vehicle, pedestrian, or any other transportation mode, you are entitled to claim for the Accidents Benefits Application Package whether you are at fault or not.
You’d like to know how to fill out an OCF-2 Form and where to send it? You’ve come to the perfect place!
Find everything you need to know about the OCF-2 Employer’s Confirmation Form in our exclusive guide, including the latest and official PDF form itself available for download.
Download the OCF-2 Employer’s Confirmation Form
You must know that the OCF-2 Form is only a part of the total Accidents Benefits Application Package. Check which other forms you should fill out and send together with this one at the bottom of this guide.
What is a OCF-2 Form ?
You must fill out the OCF-2 Employer’s Confirmation Form if you are claiming for Income Replacement benefits.
You will then need to prove that you were employed at least 26 weeks in a row before the accident and that the accident is responsible for you not showing up at work. Usually you will also need to send it together with proof of income.
You will need to fill out parts 1 and 4 of this application form if your insurance company asks you to. You will need to give it then to your employer (or former one) to complete the rest of the form. If you have different employers listed on your Application for Accident Benefits, each of them must fill out a separate OCF-2 form.
Extra OCF-2 forms can be either downloaded here or you can ask for some extra forms to your insurance company. Your employers can return directly the forms completed to your insurance company.
All accidents must be first reported to the police before claiming for any benefit to any insurance company.
Where to send the OCF-2 Form ?
Depending on how you’ve been injured in an automobile accident, you must complete and return the OCF-2 Form to different companies.
|Situation||Where to send the OCF forms ?|
|If You Own, Lease, or Have Regular Use of a Company Automobile||Send the form to the insurance company that insures the vehicle, or in case of leasing, to the insurance company that insures the car in which you were an occupant.|
|If You are a Listed Driver||If you are a listed as a driver on somebody’s insurance policy, send your forms to the insurance company that issued the policy you are listed on.|
|Occupant of Somebody Else’s Automobile||If you are an occupant of somebody else’s automobile that was insured at the time of the accident, send your forms to the insurance company that insures this automobile.|
|Pedestrian or Bicyclist||If you are a pedestrian or a bicyclist struck by an automobile that was insured at the time of the accident, send your forms to the insurance company of the automobile that struck you.|
|Uninsured Automobile||If you are an occupant of an automobile that was not insured at the time of the accident, send your forms to the insurance company of any other automobile that was involved in the accident.|
|None of the Above Apply||You may be able to obtain accidents benefits from the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (see Part 11).|
What is the OCF Accidents Benefits Application Package?
In Ontario, when you are injured after a motor accident and you need to claim for benefits, you first need to complete the right OCF forms or Auto Insurance Claim Forms in Ontario.
In order to get Statutory Accident Benefits, you will need to send at once several forms depending on your situation and what you are claiming for after the accident. All those forms are part of the Accidents Benefits Application Package :
- The OCF-1 Form for Accidents Benefits
- The OCF-2 Form for Employer’s Confirmation of Income
- The OCF-3 Form for Disability Certificate
- The OFC-5 Form for Permission to Disclose Health Information
- The OCF-23 Pre-approved Framework Treatment Confirmation Form
In order to know which forms you need to fill out for your application to be complete, you can make a quick phone call to your insurance company upfront.
Once your insurance company has received your complete application, you will be contacter to know which benefits you can get. They will also tell you if there are missing information.
Top 5 advices when filling out the OCF forms
Here are our advices before filling out those forms and claiming for accidents benefits:
- Seek for legal advices to be sure your are correctly claiming for benefits
- Print clearly your form
- Send it to the right people and make sure they return them to your insurance company
- Do not complete the health information disclosure without knowing what will be shown exactly to your employer or insurance company
- Never lie about your application to get your benefits, this is a criminal offence punished by the law.