S.C. Code Regs. 69-32 - Unfair Discrimination on the Basis of Blindness or Partial Blindness

This regulation prohibits unfair discrimination against the blind or partially blind in regard to rates or coverage by insurers.

A. The following are hereby identified as acts or practices which constitute unfair discrimination between individuals of the same class:
(1) Refusing to insure,
(2) or refusing to continue to insure,
(3) or limiting the amount, extent or kind of coverage available to an individual.
(4) or charging an individual a different rate from the same coverage solely because of blindness or partial blindness.


S.C. Code Regs. 69-32
Amended by State Register Volume 10, Issue No. 3, eff March 28, 1986.

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