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I was recently involved in a motor vehicle accident in which I was injured and filed a claim. My insurance company has scheduled me to be seen for an independent medical exam. A friend of mine went to the same doctor for a claim relating to workers compensation, and they indicated at that time that an immediate family member or spouse could attend the exam, but that an attorney would be required to stay in the waiting room. Do I have a right to bring my attorney into the exam itself even against the IME doctor's wishes if I want to or is their policy about immediate family legitimate?
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