A good case when you have a compulsory medical examination by the insurance company in Cascanet v. Allen, 36 FL W D 1776A ( 51h DCA Fla.). In that case, the insurance company doctor examined the plaintiff. The Court held that the insurance company doctor must list all major conclusions of the examining expert. The doctor indicated that the plaintiff was injured and that the pain was likely caused by the accident. Later, the doctor wanted to say that many studies indicated that the injury would heal itself and the Fifth District Court of Appeals said that the doctor was not allowed to do that unless he listed such a conclusion in his examining report.