I was in a car accident in November 2012. I have already received about 10 weeks of physical therapy. Upon returning to my doctor for an examination, she determined that I was at about 80% range of motion, and wrote me a prescription for more physical therapy, to return me to 100%. My insurance adjuster called my Physical Therapy office and told them she wasn't going to pay for the second round of treatment, and now the office won't even let me make an appointment. The longer I go without Physical Therapy, the more the pain slowly starts returning. Is this legal? Don't they have to pay for all of my treatments that are prescribed by a doctor?I'm sorry, apparently my question wasn't very clear. I was in a car accident. The guy that hit me was 100% at fault. Now his car insurance company is refusing to pay for the rest of my Physical Therapy. Can they do that?
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