+ 0 Votes Found this santeewelding 3 years ago With ICC+commercial+driver+medical+issues: http://www.georgiatruckaccidentattorneyblog.com/2009/02/what_medical_conditions_disqua.html + 0 Votes insurance Sue T 3 years ago is it possible the companys insurance company has this in the policy and the doctor is just complying with that? + 0 Votes Same here Michael Jay 3 years ago Just recommendations, no driving for a year recommended. I saw where it appears the possibility of a second stroke drops off hugely in the first 6 to 7 months, then moves down slowly from there. To prove a negative is just about not possible. Found this, way down toward the end of the article they talk about health issues. http://www.overdriveonline.com/featured-article-wake-up-call/ + 0 Votes OK Davette OH Smeg Updated - 3 years ago I can see your technical Problem you need to improve the Capabilities of Google to Search for something which doesn't exist. From what I can see and understand this is just a Recommendation which may or may not have been accepted. From what I can currently see it's not been accepted but it may currently be under review so if that's the case right at the moment it has no Legal Standing and the Medical Practitioner who refused to sign off may well be in breach of the Applicable Laws. However here it also depends on what the Company Involved wants to do and they may accept all Recommendations made and want to work that way. Nothing to disprove this as it's not been accepted currently at least, and is just a Recommendation. But here I should ask in relation to this bit of your post marked for watching, disqualified What does this bit mean. If there is no Current Legislation in Place to Disqualify a person is this Disqualification an Official Disqualification or just something that the company concerned wants to push? Col + 0 Votes They need to tell you exactly what part of the law it was AV . 3 years ago Maybe 49 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations)? If you can get the actual section of the CFR code the doctor is referring to, you can look it up here: http://www.gpoaccess.gov/cfr/ search 49cfr for all of it. There are several sections that refer to commercial trucking and transportation. Try this website. Its free and real attorneys will answer your questions. There's a searchable database too. http://www.lawguru.com. If you can get the actual citation number that they disqualified him for, you can google that. Maybe its listed somewhere on the medical examination form? They should be able to give you that information, but if not, maybe the lawguru attorneys can help. Hope this helps. AV + 0 Votes From all I've seen so far, seanferd 3 years ago it sounds more like company policy, regardless as to whether it is following a "Federal gov recommendation". So, this doctor cannot claiom "Federal Law". He needs to either revise his findings, or point to the actual rule, wherever it is enshrined. So, does this company have a habit of disappearing drivers at the least excuse, or what?