ORS 656.702
Disclosure of records of corporation, department and insurers


(1)

(a) The records of the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation are subject to ORS 192.311 (Definitions for ORS 192.311 to 192.478) to 192.478 (Exemption for Judicial Department).

(b)

Notwithstanding ORS 192.355 (Public records exempt from disclosure), the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation shall make the accident experience records of the corporation available to a bona fide rating organization to assist in making workers’ compensation rates. Costs involved in making the records available shall be borne by the rating organization. Accident experience records of carrier-insured employers shall also be available on the same terms to assist in making such rates.

(2)

Disclosure of workers’ compensation claim records of the Department of Consumer and Business Services is governed by ORS 192.355 (Public records exempt from disclosure) (20). [Formerly 656.426; 1973 c.794 §33a; 1975 c.556 §48; 1987 c.884 §47; 1993 c.817 §3; 1997 c.825 §3; 2007 c.152 §5; 2009 c.57 §1]

Notes of Decisions

Except as expressly provided in this section, request for disclosure of records of State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation is not subject to limitations on disclosure under Oregon public records law ([former] ORS 192.410 et seq.). Oregonians for Sound Economic Policy, Inc. v. SAIF, 187 Or App 621, 69 P3d 742 (2003), Sup Ct review denied

§§ 656.001 to 656.794

Law Review Citations

55 OLR 432-445 (1976); 16 WLR 519 (1979); 22 WLR 559 (1986)

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Notes of Decisions

Party having affirmative of any issue must prove it by preponderance of evidence unless legislature fixes some different quantum of proof. Hutcheson v. Weyerhaeuser Co., 288 Or 51, 602 P2d 268 (1979)

Amendments to existing statutes and enactment of additional statutes by 1995 legislation generally apply to pending cases and to orders still appealable on June 7, 1995, effective date. Volk v. America West Airlines, 135 Or App 565, 899 P2d 746 (1995), Sup Ct review denied

Amendments to existing statutes and enactment of additional statutes by 1995 legislation do not extend or shorten procedural time limitations with regard to actions taken prior to June 7, 1995, effective date. Motel 6 v. McMasters, 135 Or App 583, 899 P2d 1212 (1995)

Atty. Gen. Opinions

Benefit unavailability for inmates engaged in prison work programs, (1996) Vol 48, p 134

Law Review Citations

24 WLR 321, 341 (1988); 32 WLR 217 (1996)


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