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Old 05-03-2019, 04:28 AM
roob1 roob1 is offline
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 78

Researching is something we do PRIOR to making a commitment.

Actually, one arbitrator is chosen by the medical group, one by the "consumer", and the 3rd by the 2 chosen arbitrators.

Originally Posted by thetruth View Post
I do not like attorneys but this might be a good time to consult one. It should not cost much.

Your post-I suspect that what you are not saying is that you have signed such an agreement and now have an issue with completed surgery.

I'm not an attorney but I seem to recall seeing something about arbitration. If, I recall it was against arbitration and as it was explained the claimed arbitrator is actually PAID by the doctor and or the insurance company. FAIR? You are a one time injured
person. The arbitrator wants to keep their job and the persons signing their paycheck.

You've not asked but I had my cataracts done by Dr Wehrly of Lake Eye Associates just over a year ago AND I AM THRILLED WITH THE RESULTS.
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