Access Your Electronic Medical Records

Access Your Electronic Medical Records

The law has changed how much medical providers can charge for medical records. For years, Washington law (RCW 70.02.010 and WAC 246-08-400) controlled what a provider could charge for coping records. This law was enacted because healthcare providers had to pay staff to manually photocopy the records. To off-set that expense, providers were allowed to… Continue Reading

You Can’t Handle the Truth!!!

You Can’t Handle the Truth!!!

Did you know that when I present a car-crash case to a JURY, I CAN’T tell them that: The INSURANCE COMPANY pays the verdict, NOT the DRIVER that caused the collision.  The at-fault driver’s insurance company pays the verdict, their lawyer and ALL the fancy experts and trial exhibits.  The at-fault driver, the person who… Continue Reading

Who Pays for my Medical Bills?

Who Pays for my Medical Bills?

So, you’ve been in a car accident and you’re injured? The first question most people have is: Who is going to pay my bills? This is when the law can get complicated. Technically, the other person is responsible for paying your medical bills. If they have insurance, their insurance company will usually pay for your… Continue Reading

Don’t Drive Without Insurance!

Don’t Drive Without Insurance!

Life is complicated, but driving without LIABILITY insurance can complicate your life even more. The laws in Washington require that every driver has insurance. If you let your insurance lapse for even one day, you could lose your license for at least 3 years, if not longer.  While insurance can be expensive, driving without insurance… Continue Reading