How do I bill L&I?
How do I bill L&I?
Don’t fax bills.
- Don’t fax bills.
- Put the L&I claim number in the top right corner of every page of each document.
- Use only plain, white paper and do not highlight, to assure clear imaging.
- Do not use address stamps or labels that are too large for a form.
- Make sure documentation is legible.
What’s a fee schedule?
A fee schedule is a complete listing of fees used by Medicare to pay doctors or other providers/suppliers. This comprehensive listing of fee maximums is used to reimburse a physician and/or other providers on a fee-for-service basis.
Does New Jersey have a workers compensation fee schedule?
Contrast this with New Jersey, a state that doesn’t have a fee schedule in workers’ compensation. In New Jersey courts must determine fair and reasonable charge on a case by case basis.
How do I pay my L&I in WA?
Payment can be made by credit card (fee applies) or an electronic check drawn from a bank account. To make the process easier, we suggest having your monthly Account Statement available.
Are NJ workers compensation courts open?
All N.J. workers’ compensation courts will remain closed to the public and to non-essential court personnel until April 13, 2020.
Does LNI do direct deposit?
L&I can only make direct deposits into banks and credit unions in the United States and US territories. How does the debit card work? Once we receive your request, you’ll receive a debit card from US Bank in about 10 business days.
How do I contact Washington L&I?
Provider Hotline (Authorization Requests)
- Email: [email protected]
- Toll-free: 1-800-848-0811.
- Fax: 360-902-6490.
Who pays Washington L&I?
Washington’s workers’ compensation system is funded by premiums from employers and workers and income from investments. We also regulate about 400 large, self-insured employers who have qualified to provide their own workers’ compensation insurance.