In order that subrogation claims may be adjudicated, it is essential that the claimant provide the following information regarding the insurance coverage of the vehicle or property.
15. Do you carry accident Insurance? Yes
If yes, give name and address of insurance company (Number, Street, City, State, and Zip Code) and policy number. No
No16. Have you filed a claim with your insurance carrier in this instance, and if so, is it full coverage or deductible? 17. If deductible, state amount.
18. If a claim has been filed with your carrier, what action has your insurer taken or proposed to take with reference to your claim? (It is necessary that you ascertain these facts).
19. Do you carry public liability and property damage insurance? Yes If yes, give name and address of insurance carrier (Number, Street, City, State, and Zip Code). No
Claims presented under the Federal Tort Claims Act should be submitted directly to the "appropriate Federal agency" whose
employee(s) was involved in the incident. If the incident involves more than one claimant, each claimant should submit a separate
Complete all items - Insert the word NONE where applicable.
A CLAIM SHALL BE DEEMED TO HAVE BEEN PRESENTED WHEN A FEDERAL
AGENCY RECEIVES FROM A CLAIMANT, HIS DULY AUTHORIZED AGENT, OR LEGAL
REPRESENTATIVE, AN EXECUTED STANDARD FORM 95 OR OTHER WRITTEN
NOTIFICATION OF AN INCIDENT, ACCOMPANIED BY A CLAIM FOR MONEY
DAMAGES IN A SUM CERTAIN FOR INJURY TO OR LOSS OF PROPERTY, PERSONAL
INJURY, OR DEATH ALLEGED TO HAVE OCCURRED BY REASON OF THE INCIDENT.
THE CLAIM MUST BE PRESENTED TO THE APPROPRIATE FEDERAL AGENCY WITHIN
TWO YEARS AFTER THE CLAIM ACCRUES.
Failure to completely execute this form or to supply the requested material within
two years from the date the claim accrued may render your claim invalid. A claim
is deemed presented when it is received by the appropriate agency, not when it is
If instruction is needed in completing this form, the agency listed in item #1 on the reverse
side may be contacted. Complete regulations pertaining to claims asserted under the
Federal Tort Claims Act can be found in Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 14.
Many agencies have published supplementing regulations. If more than one agency is
involved, please state each agency.
The claim may be filled by a duly authorized agent or other legal representative, provided
evidence satisfactory to the Government is submitted with the claim establishing express
authority to act for the claimant. A claim presented by an agent or legal representative
must be presented in the name of the claimant. If the claim is signed by the agent or
legal representative, it must show the title or legal capacity of the person signing and be
accompanied by evidence of his/her authority to present a claim on behalf of the claimant
as agent, executor, administrator, parent, guardian or other representative.
If claimant intends to file for both personal injury and property damage, the amount for
each must be shown in item number 12 of this form.
The amount claimed should be substantiated by competent evidence as follows:
(a) In support of the claim for personal injury or death, the claimant should submit a
written report by the attending physician, showing the nature and extent of the injury, the
nature and extent of treatment, the degree of permanent disability, if any, the prognosis,
and the period of hospitalization, or incapacitation, attaching itemized bills for medical,
hospital, or burial expenses actually incurred.
(b) In support of claims for damage to property, which has been or can be economically
repaired, the claimant should submit at least two itemized signed statements or estimates
by reliable, disinterested concerns, or, if payment has been made, the itemized signed
receipts evidencing payment.
(c) In support of claims for damage to property which is not economically repairable, or if
the property is lost or destroyed, the claimant should submit statements as to the original
cost of the property, the date of purchase, and the value of the property, both before and
after the accident. Such statements should be by disinterested competent persons,
preferably reputable dealers or officials familiar with the type of property damaged, or by
two or more competitive bidders, and should be certified as being just and correct.
(d) Failure to specify a sum certain will render your claim invalid and may result in
forfeiture of your rights.
PRIVACY ACT NOTICE
This Notice is provided in accordance with the Privacy Act, 5 U.S.C. 552a(e)(3), and
concerns the information requested in the letter to which this Notice is attached.
A. Authority: The requested information is solicited pursuant to one or more of the
following: 5 U.S.C. 301, 28 U.S.C. 501 et seq., 28 U.S.C. 2671 et seq., 28 C.F.R.
B. Principal Purpose: The information requested is to be used in evaluating claims.
C. Routine Use: See the Notices of Systems of Records for the agency to whom you are
submitting this form for this information.
D. Effect of Failure to Respond: Disclosure is voluntary. However, failure to supply the
requested information or to execute the form may render your claim "invalid."
PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT NOTICE
This notice is solely for the purpose of the Paperwork Reduction Act, 44 U.S.C. 3501. Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 6 hours per
response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of
information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to the Director, Torts
Branch, Attention: Paperwork Reduction Staff, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC 20530 or to the Office of Management and Budget. Do not mail completed
form(s) to these addresses.
STANDARD FORM 95 REV. (2/2007) BACK