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if I've been fighting with the ins. over treatment for several months.

This has all been going through the qme/ame dance.

My question is, if treatment was requested before the new law (IMR) took affect, can I still do the dance, or am I subject to the new laws?

I am hoping that the new law only applies to treatment requested AFTER the law took affect.

Anyone know?

I'm in California.
IMR is optional; it's your choice to request it or not.
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Good to know. Thanks 1171
(07-16-2013, 08:17 PM)dolphins Wrote: Good to know. Thanks 1171

But what 1171 fails to tell you is that if you don't request IMR, you will not get the the care your doctor is requesting for you. Your right to request such treatment again is limited under the new rules. The AME/QME dance that those of us have been going through means nothing in respect to whether or not you will actually get the treatment the AME/QME believes you need for your specific injury.

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