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The year 2016 may be a time of change for the NSW green slip scheme. Already, three discussion papers have been published in quick succession. Now State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA), regulator of the green slip scheme, invites motorists and other interested parties to have your say about:

  • Review of the NSW CTP Scheme
  • Premiums for ride-sharing schemes (like Uber and GoCar)
  • Green slip fraud taskforce.
Overall, the purpose of the CTP Scheme review is to:
  • Increase the proportion of benefits for the most seriously injured road users
  • Reduce the time it takes to resolve a claim
  • Minimise opportunities for claims fraud and exaggeration
  • Reduce the cost of green slip premiums.
The papers about ride-sharing and set-up of the fraud taskforce follow on from the CTP Scheme review. If you would like to have your say, or report suspected fraud, please follow the process below.

1. Review of the NSW CTP Scheme

Submit by 22 April 2016.

You can find the CTP options paper and PDF submission form at: http://www.sira.nsw.gov.au/about-us/have-your-say
Remember to state which question(s) you are responding to or use the PDF submission form.

Please email comments to:

CTP_Review@sira.nsw.gov.au

Please post comments to:
CTP Review
State Insurance Regulatory Authority
Level 25,580 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000

2. Review of premiums for ride-sharing schemes

Submit by 8 April 2016.

You can find the options paper and a submission covering letter template at: http://www.sira.nsw.gov.au

Please email comments to:
P2PReview@sira.nsw.gov.au

Please post comments to:
Point-to-point review
State Insurance Regulatory Authority
Level 25, 580 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000

3. Green slip fraud taskforce

If you have seen or suspect any fraudulent CTP personal injury claims, you can:
  • Call toll free 1800 600 444
  • Email report.fraud@ifbaintelligence.com
  • Lodge an online form at https://ifba.org.au/
Remember, all reports are treated confidentially, can be made anonymously and there is no deadline.

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