Re: Travel Reimbursement
Do you have an attorney? If so then send a copy of your milage shhet to them and inform them of your problem and they should be able to resolve the problem quickly.
There is NO staturtory time limit for trael reimbursement UNLESS reimbursment has been ordered by a ALJ at a hearing. I know it isn't fair but that is the way it has been.
Also, if you do not have an attorney and are sending material to the insurance company then follow BvIA's suggestions as this will provide a paper trail in case you ever need a hearing to resolve this matter. I needed an hearing as the IC was not paying for my travel reimbursement that lasted seven years and after the hearing mine was over four figures and they did not pay me in the prescribed time to which the ALJ fined them 30% of what they owed me on top of that!
Always have a paper trail and save every piece of paper and document everything along with utilizing ecase.
Knowledge is a beneficial tool for the injured worker!