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Ethics threat nets $2,500 for Norfolk law firm (access required)

A Norfolk law firm has settled a claim against a medical records company for $2,500 after the company threatened an ethics complaint when its owner believed the firm hadn’t paid a bill for $66.45. The firm of Gilbert & Albiston received a document from the company indicating that it had filed a complaint with the Virginia ...

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  1. Good work by Buzzy Gilbert!

    I have seen this trend with some companies and it needs to stop. Another disturbing practice is the refusal to send records to the specific attorney making the request, despite BOLD PRINT requests to do so. We routinely receive records addressed to the firm, and not the specific attorney. This means delay and, potentially, an invasion of privacy.

    Doctors need to be careful about the outside companies they choose.

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