In Norman Evans v. Vets USA II, Inc. and Amtrust North America of Florida, Technology Insurance Company the Claimant is requesting a follow up appointment with an authorized provider and payment of a medical bill. The E/C defends the issues on the defense of major contributing cause, failure to provide timely notice of alleged accident, and misrepresentation. According to the statute; if there is a disagreement on medical evidence supporting claimant’s claims, the JCC shall order the Claimant to be evaluated by an expert medical advisor. The Claimant contends that there is a conflict between the authorized providers. The JCC finds that the medical opinions were sufficiently conflicting and GRANTED Claimant’s request for an EMA.