An Avvo.com Q&A user asked:
Mr. Mermell replied to this Avvo user who seemed to have lost contact with his attorney. He needed guidance as to what to do next regarding his ongoing health situation. Here are Avvo user’s question and Mr. Mermell’s response:
Yes you should contact your attorney. Once a doctor is authorized, he should remain authorized until the parties agree otherwise or you get an order from the court saying otherwise. You should have your lawyer contact the insurance adjuster and insist upon him/her to contact your doctor in writing advising that your doctor does not need to obtain authorization for each visit which is holding up your care. This is flat out wrong. Good luck with your case.