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  • Writer's pictureIbrahim Ismayilov

What is an OCF and how do I get one filled?

OCF stands for “Ontario Claims Form”. This are the official forms created by the government of Ontario to help car accident victims apply for certain benefits also knows as AB or “Accident Benefits”. There are many different OCF forms that are used by clients and healthcare providers. For example OCF-1 is the Application for Accident Benefits, and

OCF-18 is the Treatment and Assessment Plan (referred to as "TAP" by insurance adjusters) that is normally prepared by a physiotherapist or psychologist prior to starting treatment. Read more about different OCF forms in our blog! Keep in mind that we help clients, lawyers and healthcare professionals fill out all the OCF forms that they may need for free! Call us today to find out more!

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