…..so that is why defense firms go to any means necessary to falsely classify a Traumatic Brain Injury as merely a “personality disorder” or other bogus diagnosis!!!!
And WorkComp Information and Assistance officers et al support the play!!!
The FRAUD FINALLY MAKES SENSE!
“Why those Dirty Rats”
WCAB seems to favor doctor shopping by defense and supports the chicanery, at least in my case. Complaints filed, to no avail.
It seems an industry practice to try to make a “psych” claim out of a brain injury case and the defense seems not above extortion intimidation and collusion to make such false claims, even paying QME AME doctors to sign clearly fraudulent reports upon which to build.
Since doctors don’t actually write the reports but have “well-trained” nonmedical personnel sift through pages & pages & pages of disorganized and incomplete medical records to support the obfuscation of facts with poorly written fabrications, well, that leads to some plausible deniability for those doctors leased or owned by the industry, huh? Omission of medical records is a key component to that play.
In my case, might be useful to have someone like Bruce Leckart review the psych, neuropsych, and neurological reports, and then have the judge contact the FBI, For further investigations of the actions by the defense team.
Yes, I get it. They are “untouchable”….Injured workers are simply the cash cows of a heinous scam industry. I suspect technology will be a disruptive game changer that may intimately derail the #WorkComp Gravy Trains. Nuremberg type trials also required, imho.
VISION PROBLEMS AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY? O SAY CAN YOU SEE? O SAY CAN YOU HEAR?
WorkComp neurologists figure if a brain injury survivor can “see” that’s good enough. They are in the dark ages that VISION is a brain process. Ditto for auditory processing….. conks on the head and other trauma can impair those systems too… grrrrrr…
Here, take this to your leaders: http://www.msktc.org/tbi/factsheets/Vision-Problems-And-Traumatic-Brain-Injury
PRINT THIS? http://www.msktc.org/lib/docs/Factsheets/TBI_Vision_Problem_and_TBI.pdf
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