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The case is going to go to arbitration, the deposition has been taken.
Now the insurance co defense attorney wants to make the claimant(injured party) to undergo a 3 hour medical examination by a doctor that the insurance company hired.
1) Is this "normal" procedure for insurance co to do? If yes, what % of plaintiffs are subjected to medical exam?
2) What happens if plaintiff refuses to accept a medical exam? Or is there any cases where basis exists to ask the judge to not grant a medical exam to the insurance co?
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