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Are Your Medical Records Really Yours?

Denying a patient medical records does not appear to be a cause of action. However, courts in several jurisdictions have ordered covered entities to disclose a patient’s personal health information to the patient. The case law in this post examines the various ways patients have accessed their medical records after initially being denied access.

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No Pay No Play Found Unconstitutional in Missouri

No Pay No Play Found Unconstitutional in Missouri Following Injury Accident RSMo § 303.390 prohibits “(a)n uninsured motorist” from recovering “noneconomic loss” against a “person who is in compliance with the financial responsibility laws of this chapter due to a motor vehicle accident.” What this means is that, in the context of a motor vehicle […]

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