§ 27-49-5. Immunity.
No insurer, or agent authorized by an insurer to act on its behalf, authorized governmental agency or its respective employees shall be subject to any civil or criminal liability in a cause of action of any kind for releasing or receiving any factually accurate information pursuant to § 27-49-3 or § 27-49-4. Nothing in this chapter is intended to or does in any way or manner abrogate or lessen the common and statutory law, privileges and immunities of an insurer, agent authorized by an insurer to act on its behalf, or authorized governmental agency or any of their respective employees.
(P.L. 1992, ch. 274, § 1.)