One common hurdle that faces plaintiffs in third-party lawsuits is the problem of gaining access to the patient’s therapy records. In some cases, therapy records were disclosed as part of a lawsuit filed by the patient against the person(s) she accused of abuse. A few third-party claims have been filed as cross-complaints; if the original repressed memory lawsuit was dropped, the cross-complaint was generally dropped or dismissed at the same time.


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