Do You Have To Provide Your Insurance Company With All Records They Are Requesting In Your Claim?

J.P. Gonzalez-Sirgo
Founder of J.P. Gonzalez-Sirgo, P.A.

Under your typical first party insurance policy, the policyholder (the insured) has a duty to cooperate with their insurance company. What that means is you have a duty to
cooperate with the investigation that the insurance company is doing on your claim, so when they request records, as a general rule, you have a duty to provide them as long as their relevant to the claim and the insurance company is obviously not attempting to harass you. You should keep copies of all records that you provide to your insurance company but if you have any questions regarding certain types of records, for example, financial records that they may be asking for, and the privacy concerns that go along with that, then you really should speak to a legal professional.

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