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It is important to have all your medical records if you are to move forward in a medical malpractice case.  Doctors and providers often charge fees for producing and copying records.  Sometimes this fee can be avoided if the patient requests the records, and a personal request from a patient can speed up the collection process.  However, if a doctor is reticent or simply lackadaisical about giving up his or her files, it may be necessary to have an attorney request the records after you have signed a medical records release.

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Ben Glass is a nationally recognized car accident and ERISA disability attorney in Fairfax, VA.