how to i get a notice to consumer form as it relates to a supboena served to get a copy of an IME.
Country relating to Question: United StatesState (if USA): CaliforniaWhat have you tried so far?: served a subpoena to the person who had the IME and to the attorney that has a copy of the IME
The individual has not responded. And the attorney that was involved with the IME says they need proof of service on the individual and a notice to consumer before they will release the records
yes both were served properly
no i did not
so I need to serve the same subpoena and the notice to consume at the same time. Then I will send proof of service and copies to the attorney.
Will the attorney have to give me the records even if they refuse?
no this is a divorce case and my wife had a IME done for an injury case. the results says she has no disabilities. She now claims that she cannot work.
will the attorney need an answer from her to give the IME or does it need to be approved or denied first.
sorry that doesnt make sense. I was asking if they need an answer from her before they respond
Ok so this will take a while to get done. Do I need to serve the notice to consumer to the attorney as well.
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