I was involved in an auto accident in a company vehiicle, i hve tried twice to get medical attention and denied

Asked almost 2 years ago - Naples, FL

my employer sent me to a physician that does not take walk ins, next day said to go to an urgent care, they would not accept the claim number with out a report of the accident etc, my employer cannot provide one or actually the 3rd party insurance carrier at my employer til possibly monday

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  1. Chris Matthew Limberopoulos

    Contributor Level 16

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    Answered . You have more than one claim.
    This is a first party insurance claim, a third party liability claim and a workers comp claim.
    You really need to hire a lawyer.

  2. Michael Shemtoub

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    Answered . You should seek out medical attention if you can because your injuries can get worse over the weekend. I would also suggest you contact a local attorney immediately.Best of luck.

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  3. Jeffrey Robert Davis

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    Answered . You can elect not to make a workers compensation claim and instead go thru your own pip- this will take you out of a compulsory treatment scheme and allow you to chose your own doctor

  4. Christian K. Lassen II

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    Answered . If you require urgent medical attention that can't wait until Monday, go to the Emergency Room.

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  5. Lawrence Joseph Marraffino

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    Answered . You need to seek legal attention as this question has both worker's compensation issues and auto accident insurance issues at the same time.

    Lawrence J. Marraffino
    Gainesville Accident Attorney
    www.ljmpa.com

    This answer cannot be a substitute for legal advice which requires more information from the client than can be... more
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