Mileage Reimbursement Change- Jan. 2011

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The Division of Industrial Relations announced that efffective January 1, 2011, the mileage reimbursement rate is increased from 50 cents per mile to 51 cents per mile. The rules that apply as to when an injured worker is entitled to claim mileage reimbursement are found at NAC 616C.150- NAC 616C.156 .

In general, injured workers who travel more than 20 miles one way for treatment, or more than 40 miles in any one week, are entitled to reimbursement.

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