Get the Evidence

In the worst-case scenario, you’re going to need to correct multiple areas of your identity: financial, insurance, and medical. So I’ll walk you through how to get the documents you need, what information to look for, and how to build a case to support your claim of identity theft.
 
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a federal law that governs how the healthcare world manages paper and electronic records. Under HIPAA, insurers and healthcare providers can only charge you expenses to copy the files, though medical records can easily run dozens of pages and x-rays can be expensive to duplicate unless they are transferred electronically. At the very least, get X-ray, CT scan, and other written ...

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