Asked in Medical Malpractice and Workers' Compensation for California

Q: What can I Do when a Nurse Case Manager goes to My Nuerosureon before I Attend Visit and Stops My Surgery?

I was Set Up to have a Much Needed Cervical Surgery Suggested By MRIs and Other Exams to have a 3 Disc's Herniation Surgery and Severe Foramina Stenosis and Kyphosis Surgery by a Neck Go to Neurosurgeon. He wrote in Three Reports how Bad I Needed this Surgery. But go Ahead and Finish the Functional Restoration Program. I was and Still is in Severe Pain Numbing and Tingling. She had Lied on Me. On His 4th Report. He Changed His Mind to Perform this Muched Needed Surgery. Said I Was Not a Good Candidate for Surgery. All Because of What She Wrote. I have Proof of this .He Wrote on His Amended Report. Even Claimed that I am Doing Better. What Can I Do About This?

1 Lawyer Answer
Haleh Shekarchian
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Haleh Shekarchian
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  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Beverly Hills, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Is the doctor providing an opinion as to why he is changing his recommendation?

I suggest you get a second opinion from another doctor ASAP and obtain a neutral opinion AME or QME as well.

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