New contributor here. I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today. I have been a personal injury/auto accident attorney for more than 30 years.
While as the operator of the vehicle insured by your company's insurance you owe an obligation to give the insurance company a full and truthful statement of the accident, you certainly are not legally obligated to turn over your medical records to them unless you are making a med pay claim against the policy.
As the accident was a single car accident, and presuming that it was not caused by a mechanical issue, then this will automatically be an at fault accident for you whether you admit to having had the two drinks or not.
You may choose to refuse to answer any questions as regards ***** ***** were drinking, and again, you do not have to allow the release of your medical records---to either the insurance company or to your employer.
If you did not appear intoxicated when you went to the ER, it is unlikely that they would have done a Blood alcohol test on you. You should consider immediately ordering a copy of your entire hospital medical file so you can see what is contained in the file.
Refusing to discuss the fact that you were injured and went to the hospital will just raise a red flag, so it might not be a good idea to leave it out entirely. But if you were simply examined, treated and released, that is really all that they should be interested in as far as the hospital goes. Again, this is only a property damage claim and not a personal injury or medical payments claim which would give the right to see your medical records.
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