Q: I was I’m an auto accident Dec 23rd. I was At a stop and was rear-ended. My vehicle has been repaired but the
Other party’s insurance company doesn’t want to pay my medical and are asking for my prior chiropractic records. Are they entitled to have these records?
A: You should consult an experienced Personal Injury Law Attorney, in your area, for help with this problem. Statistics prove that a person represented by an attorney receive far higher settlements than those on their own.
If a suit is filed, they would be entitled to see your medical records.
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