Frequently Asked Questions
1How should invoices be submitted to the firm?
Our firm has an email address that is dedicated to invoices. Please send all invoices to: email@example.com. If email is not a possibility, please fax invoices to (973) 595-9262 with attention to Nicole Mattia.
2What information should be included on invoices?
All invoices should include the following information:
- Name of the case
- Date of invoice
- Invoice number
- Name and address that payment should be sent
- Description of the material reviewed/work performed
- Hourly rate and amount of time for work performed
3When can I expect payment on invoices submitted?
The typical payment turnaround time can be anywhere from 35-45 days, depending on the insurance carrier.
4Who should I contact about a past due invoice?
All inquiries about payments and past due payments can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our office manager, Nicole Mattia, handles all invoicing.
5Why did I receive only partial payment for my deposition invoice?
The plaintiff’s counsel is responsible for payment of the portion of the invoice that is related to the actual time spent in deposition at a rate of $350 per hour. The remaining balance of the invoice is covered by the insurance company. Therefore, payment will often be received in the form of two checks, one from the plaintiff’s counsel and the other from our firm or the insurance company.
6How can I ensure that my deposition invoices get paid in a timely fashion?
Since plaintiff’s counsel is responsible for the actual time spent in deposition, if you include the start and end time of the deposition on the invoice, the invoice can be submitted for payment as soon as it is received. Additionally, any deposition fees should be separated from fees associated with preparation for the deposition, travel time to and from the deposition and any other fess or expenses related to the deposition.