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NH time limit for submiting mileage ?
#1
Hi everyone,

Is there a time limit in New Hampshire for submiting mileage for reimbursement ?

I haven't submited my mileage for the last 5+ years due to a multitude of things going on in my life (medical issues, separation, divorce, etc, etc..).

It wasn't a priority at the time, but a friend said they might not reimburse if it's beyond a certain date.

Is this true ?

Thanks for any help.
 
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#2
no time limit as long as your claim is still open.
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#3
(06-12-2011, 06:20 PM)1171 Wrote: no time limit as long as your claim is still open.

I believe my case was closed in October 2010.

Can I still submit mileage from before the date I recieved the letter from the insurance company saying they will not be covering med. & doctor costs, etc. any longer ?

Also, that reminds me, should my attorney have recieved a copy of this letter as well ?

Should I have recieved any other notices (from Workers Comp, the court, etc.) regarding this ?

Now I'm wondering if my case is actualy even closed.
 
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#4
you should contact your atty and work thru them.
when you are represented the atty handles all your comp benefits, including mileage.
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(06-13-2011, 09:59 AM)1171 Wrote: you should contact your atty and work thru them.
when you are represented the atty handles all your comp benefits, including mileage.

Should I try to do this without my lawyer first, then if there's a problem, have him contact them ?

I just hate the thought of paying my lawyer 33%(?), unless it's absolutely necessary (or required), especially with my financial situation being what it is now (in the crapper).

The last time I submited mileage I went directly to the IC, and nothing was said by either my lawyer or the IC.

Any thoughts ?
 
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#6
I didn't think any state paid atty fees on a per transaction charge.
most states there is one fee; once it's paid that's all they get.

sure you can send it to the carrier first.

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#7
Really ?

You mean when he got paid in 2004, that's it, it doesn't matter how much more needs to be done in the future ?

Even 7 or 8 years later ?
 
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#8
(06-15-2011, 08:18 AM)woodwolf Wrote: Really ?

You mean when he got paid in 2004, that's it, it doesn't matter how much more needs to be done in the future ?

Even 7 or 8 years later ?

see LAB 207.01
they are only paid when the court issues an AWARD for benefits not individual transactions e.g. phone calls, letters, forms, emails, etc.
http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rules/st...ab200.html
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#9
Thanks 1171,
Did not know that.
Good info.
I learned something new.
Much appreciated.
 
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