A-3.001 - Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases

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204. The Commission may require a worker who has suffered an employment injury to undergo an examination by the health professional it designates, in order to obtain a written report from the health professional on any matter relating to the injury. The worker must undergo the examination.
The Commission shall assume the cost of the examination and the expenses incurred by the worker to go for the examination, according to the norms and amounts it determines under section 115.
1985, c. 6, s. 204; 1992, c. 11, s. 13.
204. Where the physician in charge of a worker refuses or neglects to provide the Commission, within the prescribed time, with a report he is required to provide, the Commission shall so inform the worker without delay and notify him that it will refer him to the physician it may designate if, within ten days from the notice, it has not received the report from the physician in default or the name and address of another physician chosen by the worker and who takes charge of him.
1985, c. 6, s. 204.