Expense reimbursement payments are sometimes needed for those involved in a workers’ compensation claim. For example, when a worker is participating in a court-certified vocational rehabilitation plan.
Clients have two choices of receiving their reimbursement payments; direct deposit to their bank account or a Visa prepaid debit card (U.S. Bank ReliaCard).
The ReliaCard is the default method of payment for clients. If you do not make a payment selection, you will automatically be issued a ReliaCard and all future reimbursement payments will be deposited to your ReliaCard.
By choosing the ReliaCard your payments will be automatically loaded onto a Visa prepaid debit card. This card can be used anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. No credit check or bank account is required. After your card is issued, your payments will be loaded to your Visa prepaid debit card as soon as your reimbursement claims are authorized and processed. Select this link to view ReliaCard Visa Prepaid Debit Card information.
With direct deposit your payments will be automatically deposited into your checking or savings account. If you choose direct deposit, it will take approximately 14 days after the court receives your completed and signed State of Nebraska Substitute Form W-9 and ACH Enrollment Form to process your enrollment.
Payments will then be deposited directly into your checking or savings account as soon as your reimbursement claims are authorized and processed. Select this link to view Direct Deposit – Frequently Asked questions.