Just after seven o’clock this morning, Friday, May 24th, 2013, I emailed Kelly Mathis of Mathis & Murphy, P.A. in regards to my quixotic attempt to get Woodland Terrace to release my mother’s medical records. I was specifically writing in response to Monday’s email exchange between Mr. Mathis and Mr. Morrison of Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A. — the law firm representing for Woodland Terrace — in which Mr. Morrison stated that Mr. Mathis should receive an invoice this week.
The “invoice” to which Mr. Morrison refers is to proactively compensate Woodland Terrace for the printing and photocopying of the medical records; their (most recent) excuse for not yet having provided me with the medical records is that this invoice — which has never been seen by anyone — is unpaid.
Do you expect to hear from Mr. Morrison today?
I hadn’t received a response from Mr. Mathis by 9:45 AM, so I called his office. His receptionist said he was at lunch, so I left him a voice mail asking him to return my call.