I have been asked to release my medical records to the other driver’s insurance company. Should I do this?

Releasing your medical records is part of a personal injury claim. Your records are important evidence of your injury, and they prove an element of your case. As such, it is the opposing insurance company’s right to review your medical records and determine whether you were actually injured in your accident.

However, there are limitations. Insurance companies can only view a certain time period, unless they can show that there is evidence of some prior related injury. In addition, they should only be reviewing records that are relevant to your car accident claim. For example, if you are claiming a back injury from your accident, there is no reason for them to be reviewing your gynecological records. If you are claiming a broken leg, there is no reason for them to be reviewing mental health records.

If you have questions about the scope of the records request sent to you by the insurance companies, you should speak with an attorney. Matthew G. Miller can explain the process, and handle the medical records for you. Having an attorney make sure that no unrelated and sensitive records make their way into the hands of the insurance company can put you at ease about your privacy.

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A serious injury can leave you with many questions regarding the cause of your accident and your legal options. To help explain the basics of personal injury law and how our dedicated legal team can help you, we have compiled the following list of frequently asked questions:

Accidents, injuries, and sudden deaths create chaos in our lives. After the dust has settled, what is left can be confusing, especially when it comes to whether or not you have a case. To better understand whether your situation warrants a case, call us today. We will be able to help you understand the legal implications of your situation.

It is important to know that a consultation with our legal team is completely free - you are under no obligation to continue with the case.

If you think you may want to open a case, it is imperative that you contact us as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the most common reason people don’t win their accident, injury or wrongful death case is because they wait too long to file their claims, so the sooner you can contact us, the stronger your case will be.

Matthew G Miller is an extremely talented, vigilant lawyer who has worked in law for over 30 years. Our law firm is proud to have exceptionally hard-working team members who put everything into winning cases and obtaining compensation for our clients.

However, there is no guarantee that any lawyer will win your case. During your initial meeting, we will talk about your case and get an understanding of whether or not you have the potential to win your case, and what your next steps are if you want to proceed.

Are you ready to move forward with your personal injury case? It is important that you contact an Omaha, NE lawyer as soon as possible. Our team of dedicated legal professionals is ready to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the compensation you deserve.

The best way to begin your personal injury case with Matthew Miller is to give him a call at (402) 558-4900 to set up a free consultation, or fill out the form below.

It is important to know that you should always talk to a lawyer before starting your case. Insurance companies do not have your best interests in mind and will want to settle for much less than you deserve.

The amount of money that your case is worth is dependent on many factors, including:

  • The details of your accident
  • What types of injuries you have
  • Insurance coverage for you and the policy of the person liable for your injury
  • The evidence available
  • Your lawyer
  • Whether or not you decide to settle

Once we understand the details of your case, our legal team will be better prepared to determine what kind of monetary damages you are entitled to for your injuries, lost wages, and other factors.

When you hire our law firm, we will get to work for you immediately. Time is of the essence in many cases, as we need to obtain details and evidence from accident sites, police reports, doctor’s reports, and more.

It is never too early to contact our law firm so that we can get to work on your case because time is often of the essence. In fact, it is better to start working with our lawyer as soon as possible so that evidence, reports, and testimonies can be gathered.

It is important to note that you do not have to wait until your medical treatment is finished to file a claim or start your case. When you first talk to our lawyer, he will answer any questions you have about filing a claim, and how long you can expect the case to take.

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