As a dedicated partner to our transportation providers, MTM is committed to the development, success, and continuous education of transportation providers and their employees. Each provider within our network receives training and educational resources from MTM, helping to strengthen our network as a whole and meet the requirements of our clients.
It is imperative that providers report all accidents and incidents to MTM, regardless of severity. In addition, if a vehicle is involved in an accident, the driver should immediately call the police to obtain a police report. Sometimes members may not seem hurt at the time of the accident; however at a later time will report that they sustained injuries. A police report will help to protect your company and MTM in these situations.
Please utilize the following Accident and Incident Forms to report occurrences:
Accident and Incident Form - Nevada: This form must be submitted to MTM by the end of the business day following the accident or incident; injury reports must be made verbally to MTM within three hours of the occurrence.
Accident and Incident Form - All Other Locations: This form must be submitted to MTM by the end of the business day following the accident or incident; injury reports must be made verbally to MTM within three hours of the occurrence.
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