What if my own family doctor, who has known me for years, disagrees with the insurance company's medical specialist?
Your family doctor might feel intimidated by a specialist who has examined you for an insurance company. Still, you can ask your family doctor to refer you to a specialist in the same field as the insurance company's expert, or in the most appropriate speciality for your condition. The combination of a supportive family doctor and a specialist who agrees with your family doctor's findings is persuasive and you have a good chance of winning against the insurance company.
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