It would seem that you have an attorney given that a defense attorney is involved. I would ask you attorney. That said, when you have filed a lawsuit claiming injuries, your records become available to the defense.Ask a similar question
When you sue on claims that place your medical condition at issue, you impliedly consent to the release of your medical records. If you refuse to consent to the release of your medical records, you will, under general principles of law, be precluded from presenting evidence of your medical condition in your case.
Not legal advic as I don't practice law in Wisconsin. It's just a statement of general principles of law as applied to the facts you state. If you need legal advice, consult Wisconsin counsel. I practice in Vermont ONLY..Ask a similar question
They cannot get it unless you signed a medical authorization with the at fault party's insurance company and were given them by the insurance company. But no the defense attorney cannot go out and get your records from the medical provider directly without your written consent.Ask a similar question
Your lawyer can assist you with this issue. If there are sensitive, unrelated, personal matters in your medical record, your attorney can file for what is called a protective order which would prevent the defense gaining access to this particular information. Speak with your lawyer.
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