|Author||Subject: Re: And then what...|
|Webmaster|| Posted At 23:35:04 01/04/2001
The investigator usually checks the current activity levels. They will
want to know if the worker drives a vehicle, when they last saw the
doctor. He will ask what hobbies the worker has. What they do all
day. He will ask about medication the worker takes on a daily
basis. The main reason for the visit is to determine if the activity
level has changed. Sometimes the insurance company has
information that looks like the worker is performing daily activities
at a higher level than when the PTD was granted. Again keep in
mind that the law allows them to investigate every 2 years or more
often if they have information showing a change in the status.
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