In Cynthia Perry v. V & N Pharmacy LLC and Tristar Risk Management, Inc. Claimant was provided medical care after being injured in a head-on motor vehicle. The initial compensable injuries were broken arm and fingers. This claim is for neck and back treatment. The E/C denied neck and back injuries because the hospital records did not show that the Claimant specifically complained of said injuries at the time of the accident. The Claimant secured an IME. The IME stated that because the Claimant was sedated by the paramedics on the way to the hospital after the accident he is not concerned that the initial medical records did not state neck and back pain. The E/C obtained an IME who stated that the Claimant’s condition was degenerative. The JCC accepted Claimant’s IME testimony and GRANTED petition.