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Insurance Companies Come First
Posted on May 10th, 2011
I was referred to this doctor as a consultant in a workers' comp case. He is rude, arrogant and totally unprofessional. He was not aware of my case and did not read the medical history that I provided. He was abrupt and did not explain what he was doing (especially when he pulled my underpants down....for what reason, I do not know). It is obvious that this man is well into his retirement (age 79) and works for Insurance Companies. Check him out online -- he is always the "expert witness" in denying people's claim for extended benefits. If my examination was supposed to be a consult for the insurance company, it is difficult to imagine what kind of information he got through the examination ... he learned nothing of my condition, since he did not ask, nor was he even familiar with my case, asking question to which answers were provided on the medical history forms, which he did not bother to read. I wonder how much money he gets for these "consults?"If you are referred to him and have a similar experience .... COMPLAIN to the insurance companies, the lawyers, the claim representatives and anyone else you can! Get this guy into full retirement and find a doctor who can truly assess your condition!
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