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Second opinion?$$$$$

Hello,
I got injured on the job in the end of May this year. When I realized I couldn't wait for my jerk-wad boss to make an incident Within a couple week a lawyer was retained and it all began. My first MRI findings were scary enough. Can't find it this second, but I remember the worst part of it - Stage IV sequestered herniation with 7mm fragment floating around abutted against S1 nerve.

Now, fast forward more than half a year into the future. The radiologists findings were sobering. I want to see a neurologist who has less to do with these freakin crooks. Can anybody tell me how much a neurologist would charge me to look at the MRIs, It's gotten worse really fast. I don't trust many people any more.

Any dollar figure would be nice.

Regards
Errol Fernandez
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