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Nevada Workers’ Compensation Mileage Reimbursement Rate Increase 2023 Effective January 1, 2022, the mileage reimbursement rate for Nevada workers compensation related travel has been increased from 58.5 cents per mile to 65.5 cents per mile. See the Division of Industrial Relations’ memorandum here. What Mileage Reimbursement Benefit is an Injured Worker Eligible to Receive for … Continue reading NV Workers’ Compensation Mileage Reimbursement Increased for 2023
When an employee suffers a work-related injury, they may be entitled to compensation from their employer. However, if they do not have legal representation, they could lose out on important workers compensation benefits. When someone has been injured at work, I understand the first instinct isn’t to hire a lawyer. However, having a lawyer on … Continue reading Should I Hire a Workers Comp Lawyer or Do It Myself?
Effective January 1, 2022, the reimbursement rate for workers compensation related travel has been increased from 56 cents per mile to 58.5 cents per mile. See the Division of Industrial Relations’ memorandum here. Injured workers are eligible for mileage allowance under NAC 616C.150. Mileage is eligible for reimbursement if the injured worker is (1) traveling … Continue reading Mileage Reimbursement Increased for 2022.
As mentioned in SB 289 part 1, this year’s legislative session was a big one and SB 289 was a huge bill. SB 289 changed apportionment, who can sign C-4s, determinations send by fax, added attorney’s liens, amended rules about accepting PPD awards, clarified existing rules on vocational rehabilitation, and allows claimants to recover costs. … Continue reading SB 289 part 2 – More Changes
This year’s legislative session was a big one, so big that I will need to break it down into separate blogs. There were three bills that passed this session, that will have an impact on workers’ compensation. The biggest of which was SB 289, which made changes to apportionment, who can sign C-4s, determinations sent … Continue reading SB 289 part 1 – New Apportionment Rules
On October 8, 2020, the Nevada Supreme Court published their decision in Clark County v. Brent Bean, 136 Nev. Adv. Op. 65 (2020). The Court took the opportunity to agree with the District Court’s reasoning to deny Clark County’s Petition for Judicial Review that permanent partial disability (“PPD”) benefits differ from temporary total disability (“TTD”) … Continue reading The Nevada Supreme Court Says That PPD Benefits Can Be Paid After An Employee Retires.
Previously, I wrote a blog about SB 381, which was a bill passed in the 2019 legislative session that changed how workers’ compensation developed and published their provider lists. SB 381 was codified in the Nevada Revised Statutes at NRS 616C.087. This new statute dictates how many doctors for each specialty an insurer must has … Continue reading New Workers’ Compensation Provider Lists