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Obtaining medical records for your children

Parents who have decided to file a Depakote claim after suspecting that their loved ones’ congenital defects were caused by the anti-seizure drug should understand that there are existing laws surrounding the process of obtaining medical documents.

  • In cases involving court ordered treatments, doctors may refuse to release medical documents.
  • Parents or legal guardians should understand that they generally have the right to ask for their children’s medical documents.
  • Parents who conceal their purpose may not be given permission to obtain the medical documents they need from doctors.

While securing medical documents is an important part of strengthening your Depakote claim, parents should also understand that getting such documents can be difficult when there is an ongoing legal process.

If you are a parent who has decided to file a Depakote claim, enlisting a knowledgeable pharmaceutical legal team is essential to the success of your claim. To discuss your case with the lawyers of Williams Hart today, call (800) 761-3187.

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