1996 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1996)

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DAN MORALES
ATTORNEY GENERAL
January 9, 1996
Mr. Elton Bomer                       Open Records Decision No. 637
Commissioner of Insurance
Texas Department of Insurance         Re: Whether work papers used in an
P.O. Box 149104                       examination of an insurance carrier by the
Austin, Texas 78714-9104              Department of Insurance are confidential
inder section 552.101 of the Government
Code in conjunction with article 1.15 of the
Insurance Code (RQ-675)
Dear Commissioner Bomer:
The Texas Department of Insurance (the department) has received a request for
specific information relating to a named insurance company under the Texas Open
Records Act, Government Code chapter 552. Specifically, the requestor seeks:
1. All documehts in your possession relating to any documents
relating to any responses by Houston General Insurance Company of
Ft. Worth relating to 28 TAC, Section 180.3 (h), or any documents
sent by the Texas Department of Insurance to Houston General
Insurance Company of Ft. Worth relating to 28 TAC, Section 180.3
(h), for the time period 1990, 1991, 1992, and 1993, especially
relating to Texas Workers Comp.
2. All documents in your' possession relating to any
performance reviews conducted on Houston General, including any
graphs, presentations, correspondence to or from Houston General,
for the years 1990, 1991, 1992, and 1993.
3. All documents relating to any special claim reports filed
relating to Houston General Insurance Company as set forth in 28
TAC section 2.04, for the years 1990, 1991, 1992, and 1993.

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