1 of 5 POLICY 1. The Department of Public and is designated as the responsible authority for coordinating the processing of all damage claims to which the City is a party. This includes vehicle accidents as well as any incident involving personal injury or property damage resulting or arising from City operations or activities for which the City may be liable or have cause to recover damages.. The Department of Public and shall refer all claims against the City covered by liability insurance to the City s insurance carrier. 3. All City departments and all City personnel shall cooperate with the Department of Public and in the execution of this responsibility. 4. The Department of Public and shall maintain a numbered and indexed file of all documents pertaining to damage claims to which the City is a party. 5. Accidents are to be reported in compliance with Administrative Regulation Form PEA-361, Accident Report Envelope, Form PEA-1551, Vehicle Accident Report, and Form PEA-1550, General Accident Report shall be stocked by Central Stores. As needed, copies of these forms may be obtained by using the established stores procedure. PROCEDURE FOR PROCESSING CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES TO CITY PROPERTY Any Affected City Department 1. Within 48 hours, complete Form PEA-1551, Vehicle Accident Report, if vehicle involved, or. Complete Form PEA-1550, General Accident Report, involving non-vehicular accidents. 3. Distribute copies as noted on forms. 4. Deliver damaged City vehicles to Equipment Division within 48 hours of accident. (Supersedes Administrative Regulation 6.10, 1, effective February 8, 1964) Authorized (Signed by John W. Witt) (Signed by W. G. Sage) (Signed by Walter Hahn, Jr.) City Attorney Auditor & Comptroller City Manager
2 6.10 of 5 Department of Public and 5. Determine extent of liability and feasibility of attempting recovery for damages to City property or losses due to personal injuries to City employees as covered in Administrative Regulation and Labor Code Section Consult with City Attorney on questions of law affecting recovery efforts. 7. Forward copy of Form PEA-1551, Vehicle Accident Report, or Form PEA-1550, General Accident Report, with form PEA-155, Claims Invoice to repairing or preparing agency. Repairing Agency 8. Tag and retain (until release by Department of Public and ) any damaged City property which may be useful in subsequent investigation of accident. 10. Complete Cost-Itemization portion of Form PEA-155 and return to Department of Public and. Department of Public and 11. Complete Form PEA-155 and forward to Auditor and Comptroller for completion of accounting data. Auditor and Comptroller 1. Complete accounting portion of Form PEA- 155, and distribute as follows: Original, white, yellow and green to the Treasurer; Pink copy - file temporarily
3 of 5 City Treasurer 13. Mail original and white copy to addressee, retain yellow copy of PEA-155 in file for collection purposes and forward green copy to Department of Public and. 14. Collect amount of invoice. 15. Execute a release if requested (original and one copy; original to person executing release, copy to Department of Public and ). 16. Stamp PEA-155 Paid and forward yellow copy to Auditor and Comptroller. Auditor and Comptroller 17. Forward pink copy of PEA-155 to City Treasurer; file yellow copy, which is stamped paid. City Treasurer 18. Forward pink copy of PEA-155 to Department of Public and. 19. When valid claims are determined to be uncollectible prepare and submit list to City Auditor for transfer to contingent accounts. City Auditor 0. Prepare requested transfer on Form AC-94, Journal Voucher and return to City Treasurer. PROCEDURE FOR PROCESSING DAMAGE CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY Any Affected City Department 1. Within 48 hours, complete Form PEA-1551, Vehicle Accident Report, if vehicle involved, or. Complete Form PEA-1550, General Accident Report, involving non-vehicular accidents. 3. Distribute copies as noted on forms. 4. Deliver damaged City vehicle to Equipment Division or other authorized repairing agency within 48 hours of accident.
4 of 5 Repairing Agency 5. Tag and retain (until released by Department of Public and ) any damaged City property which may be useful in subsequent investigation of accident. 6. Inspect damages and enter estimated or actual repair cost information on Form PEA-155 within 7 hours of accident. 7. Distribute copies as noted on forms. Department of Public and 8. Investigate all claims. 9. Prepare resolutions denying or approving claims and forward to the City Attorney for review, when appropriate. City Attorney 10. Forward resolutions to City Manager for presentation to the City Council. City Manager 11. Sign resolutions and forward to City Clerk. City Clerk 1. Place items on Council Docket. 13. When acted on by City Council, forward copies of the resolutions authorizing or denying payment to the Department of Public and and the Auditor and Comptroller. Department of Public and 14. Prepare Form PEA-100, Full Release of all Claims, and Form AC-468, Request for Direct Payment. 15. Forward Form AC-468 to Auditor and Comptroller. Auditor and Comptroller 16. Prepare the payment warrant-check and forward it to Department of Public and Employee Affairs. Department of Public and 17. Deliver warrant-check to claimant who will be required to sign PEA-100.
5 of 5 APPENDIX Legal References (1) City Charter, Section Claims Against the City. () State Labor Code, Section 385. (3) California Government Code, Section 900 et seq. (4) Administrative Regulation 63.10, Recovery of City Costs for Employee Accidents Caused by Other Persons. (5) Administrative Regulation 80.30, Emergency Procedure and Accident Reporting. (6) Administrative Regulation 3.0, Request for Resolution, Ordinance and/or Agreement. Forms Involved Subject Index (1) Form PEA Claims Invoice () Form AC Direct Payment Request (3) Form AM Request for Council Action (4) Form PEA General Accident Report (5) Form PEA Claims Release (6) Form PEA Vehicle Accident Report (7) Form PEA Accident Report Envelope (8) Form AC-94 - Journal Voucher (1) Claims - Personal Injury, Private or Public Property () Damages - Claims, Private or Public Property (3) Injury - Personnel (4) Personnel - Claims, Injury (5) Property - Claims, Damage
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