Q Do I lose my right to privacy when I bring a personal injury claim?
When you bring a personal injury claim your life becomes an open book. Well, almost. You really have no right to privacy. In order to evaluate your injury claim, the defense has the right to evaluate whether your physical and emotional harm were caused by the car crash, or whether they were caused by some other event. Therefore, normally, in any car or truck accident case, or in any medical malpractice case you will need to show your relevant prior medical records to thedefendant’s attorney. If you claim emotional distress, then defendant might be permitted to inspect your mental health records.
If you or anyone you know is not happy with their lawyer for a serious personal injury case, then you can take action. Contact The Bartinik Law Firm, PC in Groton, Connecticut at 860 445 8521 or toll free at 888 717 4211.