I'll pop in the link to the state's form to demand reimbursement for your mileage... stick to MapQuest miles so the adjuster will okay it quickly (you pad it, and she has to go line-by-line and set it aside for 6 weeks).
The Insurer MIGHT NOT KNOW about your claim... the employer often neglects to inform the insurance company, hoping you'll just return to full duty with no problems and they won't have any 'experience' on their rating.
MAKE CERTAIN you fax and mail notice of the injury to the insurance company... there should be a poster at the workplace identifying the Comp Carrier.
IF NOT, hit the website for the Workers Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau... WCIRB. they'll show you who insures your employer (if they can!).
Great advice from Attorney Wallace.
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They don't pay the mileage in advance. You have to request it after you actually go to the doctor, x-ray, physical therapy, pharmacy, etc. Ms. Wallace has given you the link to complete the request form. Once you submit it, give them 60 days to make the payment.