Contact us today or call (404) 222-9922.In this video, Workers' Compensation Attorney Andre’ Ramsay answers, 3 Things Injured Workers Should Know About Nurse Case Managers
[TRANSCRIPT] Hi, I'm Attorney Andre’ Ramsay with the Cochran Firm in Atlanta. Now, I've been seeing a trend going on now, where... you're receiving treatment from the insurance company, and they assign a nurse case manager to assist you with your claim.Here are three things you should know about nurse case managers. For one, they're there to manage the case, not manage you. For two, they speak to the doctors without you being aware of it. And they're speaking to the doctors representing the insurance company, not you. And three, you do not have to allow the nurse case manager to be in the appointment room with you while you're being seen by a doctor.Now, you may not be able to stop them from showing up at the appointment and speaking with your doctor outside of your presence. But under no circumstances should you allow a nurse case manager to be in the room with you and control your treatment while you're being seen by a doctor. There are so many tricks of the trade when it comes to insurance companies. Give us a call today. Let us protect your interests. Let us protect your treatment. And let us protect your family. Give us a call today.My name is Andre’ Ramsay, and I'm the lawyer for the everyday worker.