39-71-1025, MCA

Markovich v. Liberty Northwest [06/14/07] 2007 MTWCC 21 Where Respondent paid for Petitioner’s travel expenses and other expenses up to the $4,000 statutory limit, Petitioner is not entitled to receive additional travel expenses from Respondent.
[1997] McCoy v. Benefis Healthcare [11/19/02] 2002 MTWCC 59 Commuting to and from school to fulfill a rehabilitation plan is "travel" required to "implement a rehabilitation plan." Under section 39-71-1025(3), MCA (1997), auxiliary benefits are available to reimburse a claimant for such travel.
[1999] Applegate v. Liberty Northwest Ins. [10/9/02] 2002 MTWCC 45 Commuting to and from school to fulfill a rehabilitation plan is "travel" required to "implement a rehabilitation plan." Under section 39-71-1025(3), MCA (1999), auxiliary benefits are available to reimburse a claimant for such travel.
[1999] Applegate v. Liberty Northwest Ins. [10/9/02] 2002 MTWCC 45 Where a statute ( 39-71-1025, MCA (1999)) broadly provides for reimbursement for travel which is necessary to "implement a rehabilitation plan," a court cannot insert an exclusion which would bar reimbursement for commuting 84 miles to and from school.
[1999] Thompson v. Liberty Northwest Ins. Corp. [6/12/02] 2002 MTWCC 34 Travel to and from school in connection with a rehabilitation plan are encompassed within auxiliary benefits authorized in section 39-71-1025, MCA (1999).