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Physicians Trained In The "Injury Model" To:
  • Reverse And Prevent Low Settlement Valuations In Injury Claims
  • Provide Independent Medical Validations (IMV) to Overcome Inept Independent Medical Examinations (IME)
  • Perform Impairment Ratings By Attending Physician - 1-3 Body Parts at Discharge
  • Prevent Claimant and Primary Care Provider Attacks
  • Utilize the proprietary Zeusclaim Injury Software to Counter Colossus
  • Collaborate with a 3rd party physician to share bright information to minimize insurance companies "Loss Probabilities."
Our physicians follow precedents and authorities set by judicial decisions and administrative legal findings & rulings to eliminate disputes, denials and undervaluations.

Specific Disorders of the Spine

The AMA has classified injuries, particularly those seen in auto accidents producing injuries to neck & back (Spine), into “Specific Disorders of the Spine” so that evaluators and adjudicators involved in injury claims could arrive at the same level of understanding and degree of impairment.

Specific Disorders Of The Spine Include:


  • Disc Herniation
  • Disc Bulge
  • Compression Of A Vertebra
  • Fracture Of Elements Of A Vertebra
  • Spondylosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Narrowing Of The Intervertebral Canal
  • Stenosis


It is vital that the doctor has an understanding and knowledge of both the forces that are in action that produce the different “Injury Severity Types” in order to diagnose and treat them as well as represent them according to standards of the AMA related to the Specific Disorders of the Spine. 

A court ruling in the case Almaraz-Guzman II En Banc Decision, the physician is charged with providing a whole person impairment (WPI) rating utilizing any chapter, table, page or method in the AMA Guides that most accurately reflects the injured 's impairment. The opinion must be substantial evidence. (Almaraz-Guzman II En Banc Decision).

Not all physicians are trained to produce an impairment rating.