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Any person transacting a business of insurance who participates in the investigation, adjustment, negotiation, or settlement of a claim under any type of insurance must document each action taken on a claim. The documentation must contain all notes, work papers, documents and similar material. The documentation must be in sufficient detail that relevant events, the dates of those events, and all persons participating in those events can be identified. The documentation may include legible copies of originals and may be stored in the form of microfilm or electronic media. The documentation is subject to examination and copying by the director or persons acting on the director's behalf.
History: Eff. 5/6/89, Register 110
Authority: AS 21.06.090
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