This is the date the letter was created.
This is the name and address of the employer, beneficiary, or insurer.
The beneficiary's name, case ID, HIC number, and subscriber's name appear here. In some cases the beneficiary and subscriber are the same.
This indicates who the letter is addressed to.
Explanation of what the letter you received is about. Here you will learn what is expected of you, the next steps to take, and contact information with whom you can discuss the letter.
The MSPRC Associate assigned to your case signs here.
Depending on who you are (attorney, beneficiary, etc.) your name will appear here. If you are the beneficiary and your name appears here, this is just a carbon copy of a letter that went to your attorney.
You can contact us via mail using this address.
This is the letter identification number. You can use this number to search through frequently asked questions related to your letter, find out where you are at in the process, or speak with an MSPRC Associate.