Insurer Seeks to Subpoena AT&T's Cellphone Records
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A complaint for discovery in a Mississippi court alleges AT&T will not release cellphone records without a subpoena.
Hagerty Inc. filed the complaint to obtain cellphone records of its New Jersey-based insured.
The information sought includes such things as texting and call records, the complaint said.
A Michigan-based insurance company filed a complaint for discovery against AT&T in a Mississippi county court seeking cellular records for its insured this week.
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