Sedgwick claim submission address

Effective immediately please direct all mail, bills and reports for the Sedgwick CMS Oakland and Van Nuys Offices to our new mailing address.

Please note this address change only applies to the Oakland and Van Nuys offices which previously used the following addresses:

P.O. Box 1027
Van Nuys, CA 91408-1027

P.O. Box 2065
Oakland, CA 94604-0064

New Address: Sedgwick CMS -Sedgwick CMS iVOS MCU

P.O. Box 14479
Lexington, KY 40512-4479

Our mailing address has changed; however your claim will continue to be administered from our Oakland and Van Nuys offices by our team of claim professionals. Our phone and fax numbers remain the same.

If you are workins with other clients in Oakland and Van Nuvs not usina the addresses listed above, you should continue to use the address they have provided to vou.

We look forward to providing quality customer service. If you have any questions, please contact our claims professionals in the appropriate office at their regular number.

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  1. one of the people working for you deny my claim and fake a medical emregency to no attend the meeting we plan and use this law

    Tolling of the statute of limitations
    Sometimes the statute of limitations is suspended (“tolled”) for a period of time, and then begins to run again. For example, tolling may happen when the defendant is a minor, is out of the state or in prison, or is insane. When the reason for the tolling ends (like if the minor turns 18, or the defendant returns to California or gets out of prison, or the defendant is no longer insane), the statute of limitations begins to run again.

  2. Hi, I work for LEEP, TESCHER, HELFMAN AND ZANZE, we’re applicant attorneys (Workers’ Comp) for a client named: Janet Finney-Krull and I have been trying for days to make sure I have the correct adjuster, address, etc. If someone could please call me (only if you have my info) as I know everyone’s really busy and otherwise I’m just trying to confirm her claims information. (530) 241-2211 (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., right now our time is 11:00 a.m.); thank you and have a great day! Carla. :

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