Information for Health Care Practitioners

Insurance Legislation, Publications and Forms

This page contains information, fee schedules and prescribed forms for the treatment of patients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents. This includes information for treatment of injuries within the Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols, as well as for injuries treated under Section B of the Standard Automobile Policy.

Guide for Health Care Practitioners

Insurance Regulations

Following are links to insurance legislation and associated regulations administered by Alberta Treasury Board and Finance.  The links will open in a separate window and are stored on the Queen's Printer (QP) website - see their copyright and disclaimer.

Regulations are consolidated up to the most recent amendments as soon as possible. The most recent amendment regulation which has been consolidated is noted at the top of each main regulation (where applicable). Some specific amendment regulations have been included for convenience.

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Alberta Standard Automobile Policy SPF #1, Endorsements and
Archived Standard Automobile Policies

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Automobile Insurance - Complaints and Dispute Resolution

See the Insurance Consumer Complaints Process page for information on Insurance Claim or Policy Complaints; Dispute Resolution Process; Insurance Conduct Complaints; and Insurance Industry Information.

You may also wish to view the What to do after an Auto Collision page.

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Automobile Insurance - Accident Benefit Claim and Minor Injury Prescribed Forms
and related Documents (for Health Care Practitioners)

Please note: the prescribed Accident Benefit and Minor Injury forms were updated as of May 2017. See related Superintendent of Insurance Bulletin 01-2017.

Notice from the Superintendent of Insurance regarding recreating these forms

Users may recreate these approved forms in order to ensure compatibility with their own software system. Section 803 of the Insurance Act (Act) provides the Superintendent of Insurance (Superintendent) the power to establish relevant forms. The position of the Superintendent is that the AB and MI forms’ format (i.e. size and colour of answer boxes, etc.) may be altered for compatibility with practitioners’ software, but any changes to the content of the forms (i.e. word order, phrasing, question order, etc.) or the addition of corporate logos is not allowed. Moreover, making content changes constitutes a breach of sections 507 and 551 of the Act and is an offence under section 780.

Users are responsible for updating their systems to remain current with any approved changes to forms in the future. If you wish to be notified of any future changes, please subscribe here. For technical support please email For all other inquiries, please email

Accident Benefit Claim - Prescribed Forms

These pdf forms are fillable and saveable. If you have problems opening the forms, please see the instructions to your right.

Minor Injury - Amount effective January 1, 2019

Minor Injury - Prescribed Forms

These pdf forms are fillable and saveable. If you have problems opening the forms, please see these instructions.

Minor Injury - Certified Examiner Register

Injury Management Consultant Registers - Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols Regulation

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Superintendent of Insurance Bulletins and Notices in Effect
(for Health Care Practitioners)

    • The fees for physical therapy services, chiropractic services and Accident Benefit (AB) claim forms completion prescribed in Superintendent of Insurance Bulletins only apply to claims made under the Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols Regulation (DTPR).
    • Amounts established by the Health Information Regulation pursuant to the Health Information Act for the provision of full or partial copies of health records apply to all claims made under the DTPR.
    • The prescribed AB claim forms are to be used for claims made under both the DTPR and the Automobile Accident Insurance Benefits Regulation (AAIBR).
    • Completion of the AB-2, AB-3 and AB-4 claim forms under the AAIBR is at the request of the insurer. Expenses for completion of AB claim forms and services under the AAIBR are not prescribed and must be reasonable.

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Archived Superintendent of Insurance Bulletins and Notices
(for Health Care Practitioners)

These are provided for information only as they are no longer in effect.

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Page last updated:  December 14, 2018