§ 7562. Witnesses' fees and mileage; arbitrators' fees and expenses. (a) Except for the parties to the arbitration and their agents, officers, and employees, all witnesses appearing pursuant to subpoena are entitled to receive fees and mileage in the same amount and under the same circumstances as prescribed by law for witnesses in civil actions. The fee and mileage of a witness subpoenaed upon the application of a party to the arbitration shall be paid by that party. The fee and mileage of a witness subpoenaed solely at the request of an arbitrator shall be deemed to be a cost of the proceeding. (b) Each arbitrator's salary or fees and expenses, together with any other costs of the proceeding shall be paid from the arbitration administration fund established pursuant to section five thousand six hundred three of the insurance law. The range of such salary or fees and expenses and the manner of their payment shall be established by regulation of the superintendent of financial services.