Subpoenas for Medical Records in Seminole County


ADI Florida Process is an experienced legal support services provider specializing in process serving and subpoenas for medical records in Seminole County. We are trusted professionals in the legal support services business, recognized for our commitment to quality customer service. Our process servers are dedicated, reliable, and qualified professionals who are trained in how to subpoena medical records, according to Florida law and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). In Florida, legal professionals and process servers are required to comply with the rules outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and Florida legal statutes when delivering subpoenas for medical records. HIPAA regulations also require Florida process servers to provide notification to the individual whose medical records they are seeking, and information regarding how the records will be used. In addition, medical professionals and institutions require proof that the party, whose record is being requested, has received notification of the request, and does not object to the production of the medical record. Medical professionals and institutions who fail to comply with HIPAA regulations and Florida legal statutes face substantial penalties including fines and a prison sentence. Failure to deliver subpoenas for medical records according to the proper procedures can result in delays, in your legal case and additional expenses. Our process servers are trained in how to subpoena medical records according to Florida law and in accordance with HIPAA. If you need to serve subpoenas for medical records in Seminole County or the surrounding region, contact ADI Florida Process today. Our trained staff is available immediately to deliver subpoenas for medical records in Seminole County. Contact ADI Florida Process today for all your process serving, and legal support service needs.

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