Social Insurance Board
Telephone: +372 612 1360
Fax: +372 640 8155
The deciding authority is the Social Insurance Board together with its local pension departments. You will soon be able to find information on local pension departments on this page.
Official European languages, preferably Estonian or English.
The translation service is paid for by the authority commissioning the translation.
Your physical presence during the decision-making process is not required.
Your personal presence is not required.
Documents issued in other Member States of the European Union are accepted, but an expert doctor will assess the health and injuries of the victim on the basis of the medical documents issued in the country of residence of the victim.
You do not have to attend a medical examination.
A decision will be made within 30 days of receipt of the last document.
A challenge can be filed against the decision within 30 days of receipt thereof. Alternatively, a complaint can be lodged with an administrative court pursuant to the procedure provided for in the Code of Administrative Court Procedure. We will resolve a challenge within 30 days of receipt of the challenge.
Yes: victim support providers. Their contact details can be found on the website of the Social Insurance Board.
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