It is important to obtain all the documents that are related to your harms and injuries, but it’s not always easy to get those bills and records from health care services. However the records are typically yours, and you have every right to obtain and collect them, sending medical records to their lawyers and patients is not the priority of a healthcare provider.
Small scale health care services may not have the proper staff that can respond on time and can fulfill all of your documentation requirements. Large hospitals may have adequate resources that can be followed in a perfect manner in order to fulfill the request of your medical records. If you do not follow their procedures, they can simply give you any response to you. And at this time when the healthcare provider does not respond to the request you have made, the records may remain incomplete.
Most of the time, doctors or health care providers do not mention the cause of disability or injury in their medical records. And if this happens in your case, then our experienced lawyers will write the healthcare provider or doctor and ask for a letter in which the opinion of the doctor regarding the cause of injury has to be mentioned properly and that, as a result of the car accident, you will be disabled or hindered for a particular period of time.