In Lisa Gregory v. Landry’s d/b/a Chart House – Melbourne and Corvel Corporation the Claimant requested an appointment with an EMA seven days prior to final hearing. E/C argued that the evidence did not show any disagreement in opinion requiring an EMA as Claimant did not submit the E/C IME opinions by way of deposition or report. The JCC found the evidence that was admissible did not support EMA appointment. Additionally the JCC found the request untimely under the circumstance. EMA appointment DENIED.