Life/Health Insurance Law in Oregon

Life/Health Insurance Law in Oregon is designed specifically for Oregon agents, providing three hours of study on the subject of select insurance laws in this state. It examines the federal and state governments’ roles in regulating the insurance industry and considers the concepts of insurable interest, assignment, and the exemption of certain insurance product proceeds from creditors. The course explains selected Oregon Insurance Code provisions that apply to life insurance, discussing the requirements of the Code with respect to accelerated death benefits, incontestability, insured statements, policy loans, and claim payments. It also looks at certain Code requirements with respect to individual and group health insurance as the state’s laws changed to comply with provisions of the Affordable Care Act.  

The course includes the following chapters:
  • Regulating the Insurance Industry
  • Code Provisions Applicable to Life Insurance
  • Code Provisions Applicable to Health Insurance