Are gaps in treatment bad for my case?

It is critically important to follow your doctor’s treatment plan. If you do have to miss a scheduled doctor appointment to deal with other issues, explain that to your doctor when you return for your next visit so that can be added to your medical chart. Of course, long gaps in treatment are often viewed by the insurance company as meaning you are no longer injured and that can greatly diminish the value of your case. Until your case is settled, try to avoid any long gaps in treatment. Although at some point during your case, you may resume your normal life activities, make sure you share with your medical provider any pain or difficulties you have