California Labor Code Section 3762
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3762. (a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), the
insurer shall discuss all elements of the claim file that affect the
employer's premium with the employer, and shall supply copies of the
documents that affect the premium at the employer's expense during
reasonable business hours.
(b) The right provided by this section shall not extend to any
document that the insurer is prohibited from disclosing to the
employer under the attorney-client privilege, any other applicable
privilege, or statutory prohibition upon disclosure, or under Section
1877.4 of the Insurance Code.
(c) An insurer, third-party administrator retained by a
self-insured employer pursuant to Section 3702.1 to administer the
employer's workers' compensation claims, and those employees and
agents specified by a self-insured employer to administer the
employer's workers' compensation claims, are prohibited from
disclosing or causing to be disclosed to an employer, any medical
information, as defined in Section 56.05 of the Civil Code, about an
employee who has filed a workers' compensation claim, except as
(1) Medical information limited to the diagnosis of the mental or
physical condition for which workers' compensation is claimed and the
treatment provided for this condition.
(2) Medical information regarding the injury for which workers'
compensation is claimed that is necessary for the employer to have in
order for the employer to modify the employee's work duties.
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Last modified: March 17, 2014