An insurance company is requesting full access to my medical records. Should I give them these records?
Although an insurance company may request these records in a friendly or urgent tone, it’s very rare for an insurer to have a reasonable cause to ask for unlimited access to medical records unless they’re preparing for a potential lawsuit from that individual. As a result, it may not be in a person’s best interests to provide this access. This may also be an indication that an injured individual should think about preparing their claim quickly, as their potential defendant may already have a significant head start.
If you’ve been injured because of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to file for compensation for your injury costs. However, you may face considerable resistance from the person responsible or an insurance company liable for coverage expenses. Fortunately, our personal injury attorneys of Stepleton Dugan, LLC, may be able to help you fight for justice despite a tough defendant. Contact our offices by calling 513-321-7733 today.