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Are you allowed to get a second opinion from a doctor of your choice in your Georgia workers' compensation claim?

Posted by Andrew O'Connell | Jun 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

Yes.  If you are are receiving weekly checks from the insurance company, or you have received weekly checks within the past 120 days, your are entitled to a second opinion with a doctor of your choice.  Furthermore, the insurance company will prepay up to $1,200.00 for the second opinion.  However, you will want to choose your physician wisely, as the claims adjuster may suggest you use a pro-employer physician for your second opinion.  Please contact the O'Connell Law Firm to discuss your options for a second opinion.    

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Andrew O'Connell

Andrew is a committed advocate for the rights of injured workers.  He has extensive experience as an attorney representing both injured workers and employer/insurers in Georgia workers' compensation claims.  He started the O'Connell Law Firm to exclusively represent injured workers.  Andrew rece...

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