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Q. If I’m initially treated by a company doctor, do I have the right to see my own doctor at some point?

A. Again, usually not. If the company doctor refers you to your doctor, then it will be accepted and you will continue to get benefits. You may, of course, at any time, get a second opinion, which you would have to pay for, and if your doctor significantly disagrees with the opinion of the company doctor, and the treatment plan, then it would be appropriate to have your doctor call the company doctor and discuss the differences.

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