Property and Casualty Payment Remittance Overview


Worker's Compensation Payments

All States

An Electronic Remittance Advice (ANSI X12 835 transaction) is available to those providers who do bill electronically. A paper check is sent if a payment is made and the provider has not enrolled for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). A paper Explanation of Review is also sent.

If the provider sends a paper bill, a paper Explanation of Review, and a paper check is sent if a payment is made and the provider has not enrolled for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is available by enrollment at SFEPI.com. Providers can work with the appropriate State Farm Claim Office for assistance with enrolling. Once enrolled the provider will also have access to an EFT Summary at the SFEPI website. The Explanation of Review is not available at the SFEPI website. However, a paper copy of the Explanation of Review is sent.


Automobile Medical Payments

Minnesota domiciled providers

Subject to the Minnesota Statutes that require electronic medical billing, the Electronic Remittance Advice (ANSI X12 835 transaction) is available to those MN domiciled providers who do bill electronically.  A paper Explanation of Review is not sent, however it is available upon request to the office that generated the payment.  A paper check is sent if a payment is made and the provider has not enrolled for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

Minnesota domiciled providers who send paper bills, will receive a paper Explanation of Review, and a paper check if a payment is made and the provider has not enrolled for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is available by enrollment at SFEPI.com.  Providers can work with the appropriate State Farm® Claim Office for assistance with enrolling.  Once enrolled the provider will also have access to an EFT Summary report and be able to review an image of the Explanation of Review at the SFEPI website.

All other States

A paper Explanation of Review, and a paper check is sent if a payment is made and the provider has not enrolled for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is available by enrollment at SFEPI.com. Providers can work with the appropriate State Farm Claim Office for assistance with enrolling. Once enrolled the provider will also have access to an EFT Summary report and be able to review an image of the Explanation of Review at the SFEPI website.