Section 3916.13 | Permitted disclosures.
Except as otherwise permitted or required by law, a viatical settlement provider, viatical settlement broker, insurance company, insurance agent, insurance broker, information bureau, rating agency or company, or any other person with actual knowledge of a viator or an insured's identity, shall not disclose that identity, including the viator or insured's name and individual identification data, or the viator or insured's financial or medical information, unless any of the following apply:
(A) The disclosure is necessary to effect a viatical settlement, and the viator and insured have provided prior written consent to the disclosure.
(B) The disclosure is provided in response to an investigation or examination by the superintendent of insurance or by any other governmental officer or agency or pursuant to the requirements of division (C) of section 3916.18 of the Revised Code.
(C) The disclosure is a term of, or condition to, the transfer of a viaticated policy by one viatical settlement provider to another viatical settlement provider.
(D) The disclosure is necessary to permit a financing entity, related provider trust, or special purpose entity to finance the purchase of policies by a viatical settlement provider, and the viator and insured have provided prior written consent to the disclosure.
(E) The disclosure is necessary to allow the viatical settlement provider or its authorized representatives to make contacts for the purpose of determining health status.
(F) The disclosure is required to purchase stop-loss coverage or financial guaranty insurance.
Available Versions of this Section
- September 11, 2008 – House Bill 404 - 127th General Assembly [ View September 11, 2008 Version ]