The hotel insurance guy called me to verify the details of my incident report. Basically, my 3 year old fell and hit his head on an improperly installed door hinge, resulting in a laceration and concussion to him. The insurance guy wants the emergency medical reports and pictures of the hinge and my sons injuries. What are the disadvantages of sending them this information? Do I waive confidentiality of medical records or put them at issue by complying with his request? Is there a better way to get them to accept liability?
We missed out on 1/2 of our vacation and ended up in a series of doctors appointments as a result of their negligence. Not to mention the trauma my son experienced!
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