Yes it is quite normal for your lawyer to send you to a doctor and in some cases to a psychologist, occupational therapist or other health care provider to get… read more →
There will be at least two lawyers at an examination for discovery, one for each party to the law suit. The opposing lawyer will ask questions of the litigant. The… read more →
Question: I was in a motor vehicle accident about 2 years ago in July. My insurance company’s medical examination denied me surgery for my mouth
Yes, in a personal injury lawsuit you can sue for more than the insurance coverage or insurance limits of the defendant’s insurance policy.
Question: I have seen 3 insurance doctors already. Two have identified more injury than was originally diagnosed. Finally, as I have been expecting, the 4th doctor disagreed with the previous 3,… read more →
Lawyers tend to disagree on the answer to this question. My personal view is a strong and emphatic ‘NO’.
Yes, you can file a lawsuit if an insurance company denies your claim. The insurance company may try to convince you that you can’t sue. Some examples of things the… read more →
What is written in your insurance policy will determine your entitlement to disability benefits. Most disability insurance policies have two definitions of disability. Generally for the first period of disability… read more →
It depends upon the type of claim you are making and what type of insurance adjuster is asking the question. Generally speaking the adjuster may only ask questions relevant to… read more →
A rundown of 5 things your insurance company will surely not tell you about your loss of income claim.