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i was put under a rehab program for counselling sessions for a certain number of weeks where I was to be assessed if i was ready to go to work. I have finished the sessions and i am not ready to go to work. I received a phone call from my insurance indicating that i have to attend occupational therapy now in addition to my current counselling sessions to help the recovery. They told me that i have a contractual obligation to follow what they want me to do and I said i need to talk to my doctor first. What are my rights? I do not want to take the occupational therapy sessions.

Follow your doctors’ advice. If your doctor doesn’t recommend these sessions or recommends then with another provider you have the right to follow your doctor’s advice. If the insurer cuts you off we can fight them and force them to pay you. My contact info is below if that happens and you need to get in touch with us.
Sivan Tumarkin
Direct Tel (Toll Free): 1-888-990-9646     Email: sivan@stlawyers.ca     Web: www.stlawyers.ca
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