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Date Published

September 1, 2018

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Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

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HIPAA

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Summary

HIPAA DOES NOT PROHIBIT THE PRODUCTION OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD TO A PLAINTIFF; IT IN FACT REQUIRES IT

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Christian J. Garris

Christian J. Garris has specialized in all aspects of insurance bad faith litigation for over sixteen years. He has obtained... Read More

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