I have both Blue Cross Blue Shield, and adult Medicaid. Considering that medicaid differs from state to state, I should point out that my state is Arkansas.

I'm suing somebody for a violation of my rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (for the record, my disability is Asperger Syndrome).

In order to have a winning case, I must prove that I am actually disabled. This requires the testimony of an expert witness.

If I brought my doctor in, would the insurance that I normally use cover his fee, up to the normal copay and deductible? Either insurance (BCBS, or Medicaid) will suffice.
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replied August 25th, 2010
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By saying 'if I brought my doctor in'....are you speaking of bringing s/he to court with the thought that your insurance would cover minus copay and/or deductible?

I'd have to say no as there are specific ways that a claim needs to be filed and there is not a place of service choice 'court'...

If I misunderstood your question, please let me know.

Zig
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