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Should I sign an authorization allowing the insurance company to obtain my medical records?

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Any time you receive a request from an insurance company regarding your case, you should first contact an attorney to fully understand your rights and obligations. There are some instances where your contract of insurance requires you to provide authorization to them so that they can obtain your medical records. However, in other cases, that is not the case. You should consult an attorney and fully understand your rights before you take any action regarding an insurance company.

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