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Tips for Undergoing An Independent Medical Examination in Connecticut
Tips for Undergoing An Independent Medical Examination in Connecticut

An independent medical examination is set up by the Defendant’s insurance carrier to help bolster their claim that you are either not injured or that your personal injuries are less than what your doctor states. The doctor that they have selected is paid for by the insurance ...

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Blog posts in November, 2015

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