Current with changes from the 65th Legislature, Special Session, Ch. 3
Section 6-3-109 - Information provided by insurers; notice of nonaccidental fires; release of information; immunity(a) Upon receipt of a written request from an authorized agency, an insurance company shall release to the authorized agency all information requested by the agency relating to a fire loss. The information may include: (i) The application for the policy; (ii) Insurance policy information relevant to the insured; (iii) Policy premium payment records; (iv) The insured's history of claims; and (v) Material from an investigation of the loss, including statements, proof of loss and other relevant information. (b) An insurance company which has reason to believe a fire loss was caused by other than accident shall notify an authorized agency in writing and upon request shall provide all information developed in the company's inquiry into the fire loss. Notice to any authorized agency is sufficient notice under W.S. 6-3-108 through 6-3-110.(c) Upon request, an authorized agency may release to any other authorized agency information obtained pursuant to subsections (a) and (b) of this section. (d) An insurance company which provided information to an authorized agency pursuant to subsections (a) and (b) of this section may request relevant information from an authorized agency. Within a reasonable time, the authorized agency may provide the requested information. (e) Any insurance company or person acting in its behalf or authorized agency who releases information, whether oral or written, is immune from any liability arising out of a civil action or any penalty resulting from a criminal prosecution which occurs incident to the release of the information unless willful misstatement, attempted duress or malice is shown.