Utah Admin. Code R590-124-4 - Rule

Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021

(1) All insurers issuing policies to which this rule applies shall provide loss information to the first named insured within 30 days from the receipt of a written request from the named insured. Loss information shall be provided for the three most recent policy years in which coverage was provided, or complete loss information if the policy has been in effect less than three years. If an insurer initiates the cancellation or the nonrenewal of a policy it shall advise the first named insured of this right to request the loss information.
(2) The following is the loss information that must be provided:
(a) Information on closed claims where payment was allowed, including date of occurrence, type of loss, and amount of payments;
(b) Information on all open claims, including date of occurrence, type of loss, and amount of payments, if any;
(c) Information on notices of occurrence, including date of occurrence.
(3) The required loss information need only be provided one time in any twelve month period and shall be provided at no charge to the insured.
(4) Loss information requests received more than three years after the termination of coverage need not be honored.
(5) The loss information required by this rule shall be provided in a format that is clear and understandable to the insured.

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Utah Admin. Code R590-124-4

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