Should I release my medical records to another driver’s insurance adjuster after a Florida car accident?
If you’re contacted by the at-fault party’s insurance adjuster and asked to provide a medical authorization so that they can get your medical records, they’re basically going to be acting like they’re doing you a favor. They’re going to help you establish your claim. What you’re giving them is carte blanche. They can get anything and everything about you in those medical records, and chances are, they’ll be using them against you not to help you. So, I would advise not signing any authorizations for insurance companies of the at-fault party to get your medical records. Please call a personal injury attorney first, talk to them about the situation, and they can guide you, and you can determine what your options are.