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Personal Injury - My doctor wants a Letter of Protection, what is that?

Many times in Personal Injury cases, the injured party does not have the funds to cover upfront medical costs while the medical provider expects to be paid at the time medical services are provided.  In these circumstances, a Letter of Protection can be supplied to the medical provider by both the attorney and client, which allows the client to receive medical treatment on credit. 

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