Question: Some doesn't seem "quite right" with the drs appt. described. Does this seem "adversarial" in nature ,slang "setup"?
1. Patient history
2.current conditions / complaints (subjective and objective complaints)
3.Current activities (work and personal); work status
4.If his current employment is affecting his continuing need for treatment. (note: I'm not working)
5.If he has sustained a new injury or is this an aggravation to his original injury.
6.If the need for current treatment is or is not related to his industrial injury or new injuries.
7.Detailed treatment plan(type,duration,extent etc.)
Once such report is received , we can then review the file for further treatment.
Prior to settling I had an AME exam requested by the I/C that actually was favorable to me and I do not think the I/C / defense attorney were too happy with. Does this sound like some kind of pseudo AME exam? Note: I still have cars parked in front of my house , followed when I shop etc. etc. etc.
2 attorney answers
You posted this in the employment and labor practice area but it would be more appropriate, and you will get more qualified answers, if you re-post to the workers compensation practice area. Good luck to you.
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It would appear that there is an issue as to causation. Obviously I don't know everything, but I don't see a serup just based upon this.
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