Third Party Disclosure

THIRD PARTY DISCLOSURE POLICY

1. All requests for information on an individual claim must be received in writing with identification of who the Requesting Party represents. 

2. The Trust will respond to the Requesting Party whether a claim has been filed or not.  No other information will provided. 

3. If the Requesting Party wants more information and/or claim documents, a subpoena issued by a Nevada or federal court is required and must be properly served.  The subpoena must also comply with the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure or Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, as applicable. 

4. If the Requesting Party does serve a competent and enforceable subpoena, the attorney representing the claimant or the claimant (if not represented by an attorney) will be sent a copy of the subpoena and asked for permission to release the requested information, to contact the Requesting Party directly to negotiate what information may be released and/or invited to file a motion to quash or other objection. 

5. If the Trust does not receive a response from the attorney representing the claimant or the claimant (if not represented by an attorney) within seven (7) business days, the Trust has the option to respond to the subpoena as it deems appropriate. 

6. It will be the Trust’s policy that settlement and payment amount information is confidential. The Trust will merely state if a claim was paid or not, unless ordered to do so by a court of competent jurisdiction or the attorney representing the claimant or the claimant (if not represented by an attorney) agrees to release that information.

7. If an affidavit or certification relating to any other type of documentation in the possession of the Trust is requested, a subpoena issued by a Nevada or federal court is required and must be properly served.  The subpoena must also comply with the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure or Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, as applicable.  The Trust has the option to respond to the subpoena as it deems appropriate.


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