I am a federal employee put at MMI and want to file for my schedule award. My current physician does not do ratings ... any suggestions on how to require a doctor who knows how to do ratings?
Federal workers comp doctors are available and are organized into districts throughout the United States. The link below will provide you with info on how to contact the appropriate federal doctor.
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ssuggest you contact one of the many CAOC members who handles worders comp. Federal is a specialized branch, but there should be some in LA or San Francisco.
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