Get a Notice of charge
You’ll need to get a Notice of charge if you don’t have a valid one when your claim settles.
You need a valid Notice charge when your claim settles. If you don’t, we’ll send you a new Medicare history statement and Declaration
You’ll need to identify any benefits you’ve used since the last Notice of past benefits. We’ll send you a new Notice of past benefits which will then become a Notice of charge.
Using this Notice of charge, the compensation payer will pay us back first. They will then pay the remaining compensation amount to you. This can take up to 3 months.
Page last updated: 28 June 2019
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