INSURANCE REGULATION 13 UNFAIR LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH CLAIMS SETTLEMENT PRACTICES
|Title||230||Department of Business Regulation (includes the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner)|
|Part||1||INSURANCE REGULATION 13 UNFAIR LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH CLAIMS SETTLEMENT PRACTICES|
|Type of Filing||Technical Revision|
|Regulation Status||Inactive View Active Rule|
|Effective||11/23/2005 to 11/23/2005|
Regulation Authority :
R.I.G.L. § 27-9.1-8.
Purpose and Reason :
The purpose of this regulation is to set forth minimum standards for the investigation and disposition of life, accident and health claims arising under policies or certificates issued pursuant to State law. It is not intended to cover claims involving workers’ compensation insurance. The various provisions of this regulation are intended to define procedures and practices which constitute unfair claims practices. Nothing herein shall be construed to create or imply a private cause of action for violation of this regulation. This is merely a clarification of original intent and does not indicate of any change of position.