766.205 The following information about defenses and claims in pre-suit apply only to the state of Florida
(1) In pursuant to s.766.203, once intent to file the lawsuit has been mailed to the correct party and the presuit investigation process has been completed in compliance with s.766.106, with the medical expert’s opinion stating that there are enough grounds to file such lawsuit, each party must provide the other party with access to information that is in their control of acquiring or that they possess to make the process of evaluating the claim much easier.
(2) Pursuant to s.766.106, the access to that information does not require a formal discovery, and dismissal of any claim or assertion of any defense will be applicable if that information is not provided.
(3) Evidence that the party failed to comply in good faith with the requirements in the discovery will be evident if they fail to abide by the rules in this section and the requirement of the written medical corroboration needed by the party requesting production will be waived.
(4) The opposing party cannot admit in the discovery process or during court any products that have been generated for the presuit. Those products include, but are not limited to the following: reports, documents in writing, statements, and discussions. Any individual, including, but no limited to directors, employees, witnesses, physicians, or investigators of the defendant who participated in the presuit investigation process shall be immune from civil liability. This immunity includes the act of providing medical records in pursuant with s.766.204(1) for any medical facility, regardless of them being a defendant or not.