Yes you can dispute the amount. If there is a lien signed with the doctor, then the attorney cannot just give you the money. You need to express your concern with the attorney and if you cannot reach a resolution the attorney can interplead (give) the money to the court and you and the doctor can go before the Court to decide the appropriate amountAsk a similar question
The best way to "pay" your doctor back is let let others know your satisfaction. Your lawyer sounds like he/she is properly representing you.
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An attorney doesn't dictate doctor fees unless they are in cahoots.
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