DIEGUEZ INSURANCE is committed to respect and protect the privacy of non-public personal financial information. This notice states:
The categories of non-public personal identifiable information that we collect from you or third parties about you, participants, beneficiaries, or claimants in connection with your insurance
Disclose practices concerning such information and
The type of security policies and procedures that are in place to protect the confidentiality and security of non-public information provided to DIEGUEZ INSURANCE.
Information that we collect:
We collect personally identifiable information from you or third parties about you, participants, beneficiaries or claimants under your insurance coverage as part of the insurance application placement process and during underwriting, claims, administration and policy service activities.
Information that we receive from you on applications and other forms which may include policyholder information, beneficiary or claimant name, address, phones numbers, social security numbers, household information, date of birth, job descriptions, payroll information, medical information, vehicle and property information related to the underwriting and placing of insurance coverage for you. Information we receive about and stemming from your transaction including claims or loss information, medical information, claimant information, contact names, information from consumer reporting agencies, federal and state agencies including state motor vehicle departments and licensing agencies and inspections services.
We share such information as follows:
We do not disclose non-public information about you, beneficiaries, claimants under your policy to third parties, except as permitted by law or by your request. As your insurance agent, we must provide non-public personal information about you to the following: insurance companies, brokers, premium audit and inspection companies. Premium finance companies that may have furnished a premium finance agreement to enable you to finance your insurance premium. Banks and other financial institutions that may have a financial interest in your property and the policy that covers it. When a court has subpoenaed records and to any state, local, or federal law enforcement agency or otherwise as required by law.
How we protect this information:
We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to guard against the unauthorized disclosure of non-public information of customers, beneficiaries, or claimants that we have in connection with your insurance placed in our agency. We use computer hardware and software tools to guard our system, date privacy and integrity. Our computer systems are also protected by additional measures including passwords, security, network routers and firewalls, which are intended to prevent unauthorized access.