Need assistanace with IME
I told them I need transportation to the doctor they want me to go to, they refuse.
What are my options here?
4 attorney answers
The cost to attend is to be borne by the no-fault carrier. That is the interpretation of the following case: https://caselaw.findlaw.com/nj-superior-court-appellate-division/1219083.html
document everything that you communicate with them, whether by email or written letter. if the appointment is too far away, ask them for a closer doctor and take an uber. if you were hurt at all, you should speak to a personal injury attorney, as the insurance company is always looking to minimize what they payout and a lawyer is looking to get you a fair deal.
If you do not have an attorney representing you already, I would suggest you obtain one.
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