In John Hartzell v. Williams Construction Co LLC and Normandy Insurance Company Pursuant to claimant’s notice of conflict, the JCC considered the request for appointment of an EMA. The E/C posited there was no medical disagreement because claimant’s expert’s opinions were entirely lacking in competent foundation. However, the case law precedent relied upon by the E/C involved a case where the physician had not examined claimant and had not reviewed medical reports. Here, the challenged physician had personally evaluated claimant on multiple occasions. Claimant’s request for EMA GRANTED. EMA provider to be determined.