1. You can fax the document to them. Keep a copy of the fax and a copy of the fax confirmation sheet showing they received it.
2. You can mail it priority mail. A bar code number will be assigned to the letter and you can track delivery on USPS.com.
It's important to prove when you sent the documents because the insurance company doesn't owe you money until they receive them. They don't owe you TTD (temporary total disability) until they receive a doctor's note taking you off work. They don't owe you travel benefits until they receive your travel log. They can cut off your benefits if they don't get releases you requested. If whatever you are sending to the insurance company is important enough to send, its important enough to prove that you sent it.
Keenan Powell has practiced Workers Compensation law in the State of Alaska for over 30 years and has dedicated her practice to Workers Compensation representing injured Alaskans handling hundreds of cases. www.keenanpowell.com.
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