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If an insurance company asks for access to my medical history, should I say yes?

In many cases when an insurance company suspects an injured individual may be considering pursuing a civil claim after an injury, they may begin the process of gathering information and evidence against that person’s claim as early as possible. Attempting to access a person’s full medical history is just one way to do this. A prospective claimant doesn’t need to provide this information, however, and may want to speak with an attorney if an insurer makes this kind of first step towards defending themselves from a liability claim.

If your injuries were caused by someone else’s negligent conduct, you may be able to file for financial compensation. However, this process can prove difficult and you may want to work with a qualified lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® to help you avoid mistakes or pitfalls that could damage your claim. To learn more about how to prepare an injury claim, call 800-242-2874.