Will You Have To Provide Your Medical History to the Defense?

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We have made it to Friday again, which means that it is time for this week’s video clip from our founder and senior partner Roy Dwyer. In this week’s video, Roy discusses whether or not you will have to provide your medical history to the defense attorney in your Oregon personal injury claim. Here is his quick response:

As Roy explains in this video, once you file your Oregon personal injury complaint, the defendant’s lawyer will surely ask for all of your medical records. The defense will want all of your medical records because it is looking for some reason not to compensate you, such as a preexisting condition or previous injury. The defense is going to spend a lot of time on your medical records and will try to use them against you in the case.

If you have been injured in an accident in the state of Oregon, call an experienced personal injury attorney right away. Call us for a free consultation at 541-617-0555 or visit our website for more information: roydwyer.com

To view additional informative videos about personal injury law in the state of Oregon, visit Dwyer Williams Cherkoss PC’s You Tube channel.

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