Is there away to get someone else's medical records?
Question Details: I was in a car accident and my ex-girlfriend got a check from her insurance provider. Now they are suing me for the balance of what they paid her for an insurance claim. She walked away from the accident no broken bones and a scratch on her leg.
If you are represented by an attorney, the attorney can subpoena the medical records.
If you are not represented by an attorney, you would have to go to court and ask the judge to issue a subpoena for the medical records.
If you had auto insurance, refer the matter to your insurance company which will provide you with an attorney at no cost to you. That attorney will handle the case for you and will subpoena the medical records.
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