We asked various questions regarding the Florida workers compensation mileage reimbursement processes:
Questions Asked & Answers Received
1. Is there a reimbursement for travel expenses? Car, taxi, bus, train, etc.
Insurance carriers do reimburse injured employees for mileage when the employee uses his or her private vehicle for transportation to and from the doctor, and to and from the pharmacy.
2. What is the current workers comp mileage rate?
The current mileage reimbursement rate is 44.5 cents per mile.
3. Is there a specific mileage reimbursement form?
Some insurance carriers do require the use of a specific form.
4. Where can I find workers comp mileage reimbursement the form?
Contact your insurance carrier to determine if a specific form is required.
5. How do I submit the mileage reimbursement form? What’s the process? Email/fax/mail?
Generally, carriers require injured employees to complete the form and mail it to the adjustor handling his or her claim.
6. How long does it generally take to receive your transportation reimbursement?
The carrier has 45 days from the date they receive the request for reimbursement to make a payment.
7. What is the follow up process if my transportation reimbursement is not received?
Contact the carrier and speak with your adjustor.
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