Delaware Workers’ Compensation Mileage Rates

Pursuant to 19 Del. C. § 2322, employers/carriers are responsible for reimbursement of mileage to and from compensable treatment.

The reimbursement rate is the State of Delaware specified mileage allowance rate in effect at the time of the travel.

Per 29 Del. C. § 7102, the reimbursement rate is and has been as follows:

  • Mileage incurred on or after July 1, 2006 for reasonable surgical, medical, dental, optometric, chiropractic, hospital services; medicine and supplies is reimbursable at 40 cents per mile per Section 33 of the Delaware State Budget Epilogue of the 2006/’2007 Fiscal Year Budget and 19 Del. C. Section 2322 (g).
  • Mileage incurred 7/1/00 thru 6/30/06 continues to be reimbursable at 31 cents per mile.
  • Mileage incurred between 7/1/99 thru 6/30/00 continues to be reimbursable at 28 cents per mile.
  • Mileage incurred prior to 7/1/99 continues to be reimbursable at 25 cents per mile.


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