I was injured in a car accident about a week ago. The other driver’s insurance adjuster called me and asked for my medical records. Should I provide them?

Under no circumstances do you ever release your medical records to anyone until you speak with your attorney. Medical record releases are only to be signed under certain limited circumstances. If your medical information is released to the insurance company, you run the risk of hurting your case and putting your compensation in jeopardy.

Insurance companies are not your friends. They are not looking to help you. They are looking for information to discredit you or to dismiss, deny or devalue your claim. Never speak to an insurance company without consulting with your attorney first.

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