The insurance company will send every accident victim a medical authorization that, if signed by the victim, can be used to look into your medical history and possibly limit the value of your personal injury claim. In addition, they may send a release that, if signed, can prevent you from ever recovering from future treatment and/or receiving any additional compensation.
Should I Sign the Insurance Company's Release or Medical Authorization?
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