Fourteen injury claims were filed with ACC in the first week since a new electronic scooter service started this month.
Within seven days of Lime starting an e-scooter sharing service in Auckland and Christchurch on 15 October, ACC said it received 14 injury claims from riders.
ACC spokesperson Lisa Rautenbach said two injury-related claims were lodged the day after the service started.
Nine e-scooter related injury claims have been lodged in Auckland and five in Christchurch.
ACC will know by the end of this week what injuries occurred.
The e-scooters can travel up to 27 kilometres and hour, and riders do not have to wear helmets.
In Auckland, Lime is operating the e-scooter sharing service for a three month trial.
Auckland Council will then decide whether to extend the licence.