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Do I Need to Sign Medical Authorization Forms?

Do I need to sign medical authorization forms so the defendant’s insurance company can see my records?

No. You can simply get the medical records pertaining to your injury treatment and provide them to the defendant’s insurance adjustor. If you sign an unlimited authorization, the insurance company is entitled to obtain all of your medical records, whether or not they relate to the accident.

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