The state fire marshal, prosecuting or circuit attorney, police chief, sheriff, fire
chief, or other law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the act and having
probable cause to believe the crime of arson may have been committed, may, in writing,
request of an officer, attorney or claims management personnel of any insurance company
doing the business of fire insurance in this state the production of any records of
the insurance company concerning any fire loss reported to the insurance company. Upon receipt of such a written request such insurance company shall immediately
produce and turn over such records to the person requesting same. Such insurance company shall disclose all facts and information in possession or
knowledge of such officer, attorney, or claims management personnel of the company
concerning any fire loss which the company is investigating or has investigated or
has become knowledgeable of through any agency with, or employment for, such insurance
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