F.C.E resulting in sedentary work only W.C wants me to get consultation on spinal injection and a 2 nd opinion on neck injury.
10 attorney answers
You need a lawyer. The insurer is getting away with several things they should not be doing. They should be taking care of you and not just trying to find a doctor to say what they want. Do not allow them to push you to settle for a low ball offer.
You certainly do need a lawyer! I caution you against agreeing to any change of physician without consulting with a lawyer. Also, you do not have to undergo any undesired injection. An attorney can help you sort through these issues and negotiate a settlement for you.
At this point you need so seek out a local, experienced WC attorney to fight what the insurance company is doing.
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Yes, you need to contact a lawyer. Your message is little confusion, but there are clearly some disputed issues. Workers' Compensation claims can be very difficult and complicated. The insurance companies are not looking out for your best interests. You should locate an experienced workers' compensation to help you with these issues.
Okay. It is hard to follow what you have written. But the answer to your question is easy: Yes it sounds like you need a lawyer to protect your interests. Unless you have a catastrophic claim, the insurance company is not entitled to have a nurse or case manager talk to your doctors without your permission. You must have given permission but you can withdraw it at any time. They are there to save the insurance company money, not help you. Hire a lawyer.
You most definitely need an attorney. Sounds like there are too many issues going on in you case to be handled in a forum like this. A good workers' compensation attorney can guide you to the right decision and strategy in your claim.
Your last statement is absolutely correct. The exclamation point was appropriate as well. You need a lawyer! I would advise you to consult an experienced workers' compensation attorney as soon as possible. Good luck!