The social insurance company encounters errors that prevent clients from successfully submitting the form. What to look out for?
The Social Insurance Agency (SP) has prepared electronic forms for clients to use them to claim pandemic sickness benefits.
They try to simplify the work for applicants. Nevertheless, the insurance company encounters errors that prevent them from successfully submitting the form, warned Marian Škotka from the SP public relations department.
Don’t forget the square!
One of the most common mistakes when applying for pandemic sickness and treatment is not checking the checkbox. This is a square for consent, which is displayed after entering the account number to which the batch is to be sent.
Another mistake is that the claimant enters the birth number in the wrong form. In the application, clients should write it as a single number without spaces or slashes.
The Social Insurance Agency points out that the form can only be sent if it is completed completely and correctly. If some data are not filled in or empty correctly, it is necessary to correct or supplement the incorrect or missing data.
“The use of electronic forms is more important in the current crisis than ever before. Clients thus contribute to faster processing of pandemic sickness and nursing care and the Social Insurance Agency can pay them benefits on time, “ added Scot.
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