Ratings for Dr. Ann E. Allen
I saw Dr. Allen for a QME appointment. She does use the recorder, as mentioned by another reviewer, below, and I don't know if that would be good for treatment therapy. However, as a Medical-legal evaluator in my Worker's Comp case, I found her to be thorough, friendly, and patient. She spent over 2.5 hours with me, and was very professional. She was probative for the things that the insurance company was concerned about, as is her job, but she was not hostile about it. I found her to be fair and honest, and, in the worker's comp arena, that is truly the best you can hope for. I would see her again without hesitation, if my attorney directed me to.
Well were should I start I have seen Dr fxxxxx Ann allen of SF two times thus far this Apt coming up will be my third time? The first two times she tryed to screw we with W/C Court she based her hole report on a 1000 +??? stuped questions and then she talked with me for less than 1/2 hr and came up with this report paid for by W/Comp lawers (not my lawers) she will twist your words!!!? don't volenter any info it will not be the same in the report as you tellit (watch what u say) ;-( I hope that this time when i see her she thinks about the lifes she screws up as she lives in Her glass house I thought phy Drs were to help not make things worse?!! Have though about doing my self in!! On a phy report based on ?800 to 1000 test questions and a few words shaired by a PHYK Dr and sick person? Were is the cauesing no harm that Drs live by!!!
I would recommend this doctor to anyone that has been screwed by the workers comp system. She didn't judge me and I wasn't bothered by the meeting. She didn't accuse me of faking my injury, she seemed understanding. My attorney said her report was for my side.
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- BCBS Illinois