Personal Injury Law: Accident-benefit dispute process makes no sense

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

January 21, 2013


It’s a situation that happens way too often. Your personal injury client is seriously injured and needs ample care and rehabilitation. Thankfully, and with effective legal representation, you navigate through all of the red tape, leap over all of the hurdles the accident benefit insurer puts in your way, and things run smoothly until the insurer secures a highly contentious independent medical examination report that leads to crucial treatment and care denials.

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