Our Privacy Policy


Purpose of this Notice

Title V of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and the laws of the State of California generally prohibit us from sharing nonpublic personal information about you with a third party unless we provide you with this notice of our privacy policies and practices describing the type of information that we collect about you and the categories of persons or entities to whom that information may be disclosed. In compliance with the GLBA and California law, we are providing you with this document which notifies you of the privacy policies and practices of Navion Insurance Associates, Inc.

Our Privacy Policies and Practices


Information We May Disclose to Third Parties

We do not disclose information about you to third parties whose only use of the information is to market a product or service. However, in the course of our general business practices, we may disclose the information that we collect (as described above) about you or others without your permission to the following types of institutions for the reasons described below:

  1. To a third party if the disclosure will enable that party to perform a business, professional, or insurance function for us.
  2. To an insurance institution, agent, or credit reporting agency in order to detect or prevent criminal activity, fraud, or misrepresentation in connection with an insurance transaction.
  3. To an insurance institution, agent, or credit reporting agency for either this agency or the entity to which we disclose the information to perform a function in connection with an insurance transaction involving you.
  4. To a medical care institution or medical professional in order to verify coverage or benefits, inform you of a medical problem of which you may not be aware, or conduct an audit that would enable us to verify treatmen
  5. To the California Department of Insurance or other insurance regulatory authority, law enforcement, or other governmental authority in order to protect our interests in preventing or prosecuting fraud, or if we believe that you have conducted illegal activities.
  6. To a group policyholder for the purpose of reporting claims experience or conducting an audit of our operations or services.

Your Right to Access and Amend Your Personal Information

You have the right to request access to the personal information that we record about you. Your right includes the right to know the source of the information and the identity of the person, institutions, or types of institutions to whom we have disclosed such information within 2 years prior to your request. Your right includes the right to view such information and copy it in person, or request that a copy of it be sent to you by mail (for which we may charge you a reasonable fee to cover our costs). Your right also includes the right to request corrections, amendments, or deletions or any information that is in our possession. The procedures that you must follow to request access to or an amendment of your information are as follows:

  1. To obtain your information: You should submit a request in writing to Navion Insurance Associates, Inc., 23001 La Palma Avenue, Suite 120, Yorba Linda, CA 92887. The request should include your name, address, social security number, telephone number, and the recorded information to which you would like access. The request should state whether you would like access in person or a copy of the information sent to you by mail. Upon receipt of your request, we will contact you within 30 business days to arrange providing you with access or the copies that you have requested.
  2. To correct, amend, or delete any of your information: You should submit a request in writing to Navion Insurance Associates, Inc., 23001 La Palma Avenue, Suite 120, Yorba Linda, CA 92887. The request should include your name, address, social security number, telephone number, the specific information in dispute, and the identity of the document or record that contains the disputed information. Upon receipt of your request, we will contact you within 30 business days to notify you either that we have made the correction, amendment or deletion, or that we refuse to do so and the reasons for the refusal, which you will have the opportunity to challenge.