1. What is an “Arson Reporting Immunity Act”?
A. State legislation that allows public sector agencies to seize insurance company records without the insurance company’s consent. Details vary from state to state.
B. State legislation intended to foster information-sharing between insurers and law enforcement by providing limited immunity to insurers when they disclose information in an insured’s records to a public sector investigative agency. Details vary from state to state.
C. State legislation that provides for immunity from prosecution for witnesses who come forward to report an arson. Details vary from state to state.
D. Federal legislation requiring insurance companies to disclose all information to public sector agencies once a writ en facto is obtained.