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Presumably you consented to have an x-ray. It is a reasonable assumption that it was not your intention to simply be given the films without interpretation by a radiologist. If that was your intention then the obligation would be on you to make that clear since it is so far from ordinary practice that no reasonable person could know that. To use your ...


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RCW Chapter 26.44 covers abuse of children, and RCW 26.44.030 1(a) states the duty to report: the reporter "has reasonable cause to believe that a child has suffered abuse or neglect" – the law doesn't say "a child is currently suffering abuse", it say "has suffered". But then: subsection (2) says: The reporting requirement of subsection (1) of this ...


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The requirements are imposed on "the covered entity". You personally may not be required to do anything, apart from whatever your employer requires of you, but §164.404(a) says: A covered entity shall, following the discovery of a breach of unsecured protected health information, notify each individual whose unsecured protected health information has ...


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Insurance law varies from state to state and policies have widely varying language. What your insurance company is bound to [as it refers to their obligations to you to cover charges] is the language in their contract. Without providing a lot more information, all you can get here is some very general information that may or may not apply. There are ...


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