First, you need to set an appointment with your attorney to go over your case. All attorneys should take the initiative and make an appointment to meet with their client the day before a Compulsory Medical Examination. Your attorney should go through your medical records, your pain complaints, go over your deposition testimony and your interrogatory answers with you in detail. This will allow you to give accurate answers in your Compulsory Medical Examination. If you are not properly prepared, even if you are completely honest and just make a mistake, the insurance company will usually try to make it look like you are being deceptive. In order to keep them from being able to spin what you say against you. One of the things the insurance company’s doctor will do when you first get to the doctor’s office is to fill out certain information and possibly even a chart showing where you are in pain. DO NOT DO THIS. The only thing I would recommend providing would be your name, address, phone number and possibly your social security number. Unless there is a court order requiring you to provide the other information I would not do so. By this time in the case you have already given a deposition, the doctor has your medical records that detail your pain complaints and the location of your pain. Thus there is no reason for you to have to give this information to the insurance company’s doctor. This is just another opportunity for the insurance company to get you to make a mistake and for them to “spin” that information to make you look bad so they can save money.