2012 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 38a - Insurance
Chapter 700 - Property and Casualty Insurance
Section 38a-335a - Disclosure of automobile insurance policy limits.
(a) Not later than thirty days after an insurer receives a written request by or on behalf of an individual that alleges the individual has suffered bodily injury or death caused in a motor vehicle collision by an insured under a private passenger automobile liability insurance policy issued by the insurer, the insurer shall provide written disclosure of such insured’s automobile insurance policy limits to the individual making the request. The written request for disclosure shall be sent by certified mail directed to the insurance adjuster or to the insurance company at its last-known principal place of business.
(b) Each written request for disclosure shall be accompanied by a letter from an attorney-at-law admitted to practice in this state or an affidavit of the individual that sets forth: (1) The type of claim alleged against the insured; (2) the date and approximate time of the alleged incident that gave rise to the request for disclosure; (3) a description of the injuries alleged to have been caused by the insured and a copy of the individual’s medical bills and medical records from the treatment of such injuries; and (4) a copy of the accident report, if available, of the motor vehicle collision that allegedly caused the individual’s injuries or death. An attorney-at-law who submits a letter requesting disclosure pursuant to this section shall include the attorney’s juris number in the letter.
(c) The disclosure provided by the insurer shall indicate all private passenger automobile coverage provided by the insurer to the insured, including, but not limited to, any applicable umbrella or excess liability insurance issued by the insurer.
(d) The disclosure required under this section shall be applicable to requests for disclosure made on any claim arising on or after October 1, 2009.
(P.A. 09-240, S. 1.)
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