Tag Archives: reimbursement

Meals and Lodging
By Jason Weinstock on May 13, 2014

The Nevada Division of Industrial Relations has determined that meals and lodging for attending physician appointments will be paid at per diem reimbursement rates set by the U.S. General Services Administration. The rates vary by season and by the city or county that is your destination.  Your request for reimbursement for meals and lodging should … Continue reading Meals and Lodging

Mileage Reimbursement Should Be Sent in Every 60 Days
By Jason Weinstock on July 1, 2013

 When a claim is accepted, almost all insurers include a form that has a brief explanation of benefits available under Nevada workers’ compensation law.  There is a lot of information included, and it is in fine print.  Very few injured workers bother to read it.  However, it does state that an injured worker must send … Continue reading Mileage Reimbursement Should Be Sent in Every 60 Days

Mileage Reimbursement Increase for 2013
By Jason Weinstock on January 5, 2013

Effective January 1, 2013, the mileage reimbursement payable pursuant to NRS 616C.150 is increased one cent per mile from 55.5 cents to 56.5 cents. The rules for reimbursement remain the same.  If you travel more than 20 miles one way for authorized medical care (including therapy, diagnostic testing, office visits to the doctor), you should … Continue reading Mileage Reimbursement Increase for 2013

More Money: Don’t Miss These Benefits
By Jason Weinstock on October 26, 2012

 A few of the benefits that Nevada injured workers overlook include the following: 1. Prescription coverage  Make sure that your pharmacy has your claim number, and the phone and fax number for your adjuster.  If the adjuster sends you a pharmacy card, be sure to use it.  If your pharmacy tells you they are waiting … Continue reading More Money: Don’t Miss These Benefits