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Timely Payment

Undisputed workers' compensation medical bills are due within 30 days of receipt in Georgia.

State

Georgia

Timely Payment

30 days

Official Code of Georgia

Official Code of Georgia AnnotatedTITLE 34. LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONSCHAPTER 9. WORKERS' COMPENSATIONARTICLE 6. PAYMENT OF COMPENSATIONPART 1. MEDICAL ATTENTION 

Rule

§ 34-9-203. Employer's pecuniary liability for medical charges; liability for medical malpractice; payment of reasonable charges; defense for failure to make payments; penalties 

Rule Text

§ 34-9-203 (c) (1)  All reasonable charges for medical, surgical, hospital, and pharmacy goods and services shall be payable by the employer or its workers' compensation insurer within 30 days from the date that the employer or the insurer receives the charges and reports required by the board; provided, however, that the reimbursement for any charges for mileage incurred by the employee shall be paid within 15 days from the date that the employer or the insurer receives the charges and reports required by the board. The employer or insurer shall, within 30 days after receipt of charges and reports for health care goods or services or within 15 days after receipt of charges and reports for mileage incurred by the employee, mail to the provider of such health care goods or services or the employee who incurred the mileage the payment of such charges or a letter or other written notice that states the reasons the employer or insurer has for not paying the claim, either in whole or in part, and which also gives the person so notified a written itemization of any documents or other information needed to process the claim or any portion thereof.

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