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Being that my attorney is giving me the runaround, I no longer wish to go to his recommended chiropractor. I don't feel I need this service; it's off bus route so I have to pay cab. I don't even know the fees for the x-rays, therapy, etc.
I feel I'm just getting more in debt.
If I decided to keep this attorney, could refusing to go to the doctor appointments hurt my claim? Does these visits really help with the claim? Is it possible that my attorney only wants me going there because he possibly receives referral fees from this chiropractor?
Lastly, if I decided to continue with this on my own, contacting the insurance companies , do you think they'd at least take care of the car damages from the at fault car owner and my medical expenses (could possibly be $5,000 or more in expenses)?
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