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You have been order to submit to a physical examination by a medical provider, now what?
When a person claims and injury they may be required to submit to a physical examination for various reason.
You have been order to submit to a physical examination by a medical provider, now what?
When a person claims an injury they may be required to submit to a physical examination for various reason.
You have been order to submit to a physical examination by a medical provider, now what?
When a person claims and injury they may be required to submit to a physical examination for various reason.
You have been order to submit to a physical examination by a medical provider, now what?
When a person claims an injury they may be required to submit to a physical examination for various reason.
You have been order to submit to a physical examination by a medical provider, now what?
When a person claims and injury they may be required to submit to a physical examination for various reason.
You have been order to submit to a physical examination by a medical provider, now what?
When a person claims an injury they may be required to submit to a physical examination for various reason.
You have been order to submit to a physical examination by a medical provider, now what?
When a person claims and injury they may be required to submit to a physical examination for various reason.
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What To Do With A Defective Bid
When a Contractor or Subcontractor Renders A Defective or Mistaken Bid the Law Provides Certain Remedies.
What To DO When The Plans & Specifications Are Deficient
When the Plans & Specification Are Defective This May Result in Extra Work that The Law has Provided Remedies for Reimbursement of Costs.
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