Wednesday, July 10, 2013

You did what when?

Timing is everything.
What is most troubling with this report is that the IME was conducted on May 28, 2010 and while the IME report appears to have been prepared by Dr. Gimmelberg, it is dated May 28, 2010 and was signed by Dr. Gimmelberg on the same date and sent with the timely denial of claim to the applicant. However, the notary public for this report was signed by Melissa Karen Shuivan, who is qualified in Suffolk County, on October 23, 2012, more than two years AFTER the IME report was allegedly signed. It goes without saying that Ms. Shuivan could be subject to losing her notary license for executing this jurat more than 2 1⁄2 years after the report was signed. Further, without having Dr. Gimmelberg in her presence when she signed the report prior to her placing her notary signature on it truly questions whether ANY of the notaries that are placed on any of the documents which are submitted by this respondent have any credibility to them. This is troubling and disturbing and subject to investigation by the appropriate authorities. Further, there appears to be an additional page submitted with the report, in which a notary public jurat is on the page, which is left blank.

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