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1 hour ago, rebecca8458 said:

When the defense attny asks for medical records,labs and so on should you just send them or explain what pertains to what or let him figure it out

 

Defense attorney?  So...is this a criminal case?  Or a civil case?

 

Is the case pending in a California superior court or in a federal district court in California?

 

Whom is the defense attorney "asking" for these records?  And is the attorney simply asking or has the attorney served a subpoena or a request for discovery/production of documents?

 

Who is "you" in this sentence?  It's obviously impossible to opine about what "you" should do without knowing what relation "you" has to the case.

 

Answer those questions and we can begin to approach your question intelligently.

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In my experience, in personal injury cases the insurer asks for all medical records, then.the defendants attorney asks for the same.records, then the defense attorney subpoenas the records directly from the health care provider.  It's all part of CYA and annoying the plaintiff's attorney.

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He is doing both he subpoenad my for All medical docs  I had incld.surgical,lab reports,visits,diaries,journals ,communications with mds. I sent him a paper where my cardiologist stated my third artery was fine and that was why it wasn't fixed the actual surgeon stated it was too small to fix and this would be managed with diet and medication I hilited both responses should I have justgiven him the doc and let him figure it ouy? I only have use of one arm so my spelling might be off it gets tiresome to rewrite any way story goes like this during an employee physical it was written by MD x that he believed I had chf not only do I have email btwn pcp and I proving he just said excersise but I also brought him the physical with MD x note and he blew me off 14-16mos later I had Mi with double bpass the third was to small I love my surg. and not going after him 6mos later they found an 8cm abd.aortic aneurysm during my consult it was discussed at length the start of Plavix blood thinner/antiplatelet medication which was forgotton and never ordered about 4 wks postAAA repair I remembered and emailed MD of vasc. surg.and asked about medication he replied I just ordered it  another 3 wks go by I am taking Plavix and I can't walk straight ,dizzy w/mild h/a....I call vasc.surg. who states on phone" I can assure you this is not vasc. I goto ER anyway and having a stroke I find in my heart attach surg.file that states stents not put in my heart due to the need of immediate life long need for Plavix so a vien harvest was done for bypass AAA repair has 6 stents applied my question is should I just send med.records to attrny or highlight these differences so he can put together these mounds of papers he wants my surg.are 3111 pages long

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the defense attny asked me for papers after I sent him email btwn my pcp and I he sent me a subpoena copy for late discovery and is asking Kaiser for the emails one other thing some of the dates on emails show pcp answering my questions 4 days before I asked them???

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On 9/24/2019 at 7:24 AM, adjusterjack said:

You send them. You send all of them. I'm surprised that the attorney is asking you for them and not asking for you to authorize your providers to release them direct to the attorney to avoid tampering.

 he is asking both

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what I want to know is should I show him the contradictions btwn MDs or let him figure it out for himself he didn't know about emails till I sent a couple I am acting pro per and don't want toscrew up discovery and make it so my evidence is insubmissable

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You just send them to him.  You should not even think of doing a medical malpractice suit pro se.  Do you have an expert witness who is willing to testify that you were subjected to treatment that was below the standard of care?  If not, your case will be dismissed

 

 

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On 9/24/2019 at 8:33 AM, pg1067 said:

 

Defense attorney?  So...is this a criminal case?  Or a civil case?

 

Is the case pending in a California superior court or in a federal district court in California?

 

Whom is the defense attorney "asking" for these records?  And is the attorney simply asking or has the attorney served a subpoena or a request for discovery/production of documents?

 

Who is "you" in this sentence?  It's obviously impossible to opine about what "you" should do without knowing what relation "you" has to the case.

 

Answer those questions and we can begin to approach your question intelligently.

its arbitration with Kaiser I am plaintiff 

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