I am glad you were pleased -- I was afraid I was being too blunt in my last answer -- but I have seen so much when it comes to employers and insurance companies that I do not want you to assume that you can somehow handle this yourself and get them to pay you -- it simply will not work. In any event, to answer your question, you should speak to the attorney and decide how you want to proceed in consultation with the attorney. If you decide that your next step is to demand payment and then file in court if they still refuse to pay you then you should let the attorney contact them directly and handle it from there.
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