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13.714 INSURANCE TRUST DATA; PRIVATE AND NONPUBLIC DATA.

The following data collected or created by the League of Minnesota Cities insurance trust, Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust, or by the Minnesota School Board Association insurance trust in order to process claims for workers' compensation are classified as either private data in regard to claims when the insured worker is living, or nonpublic data in regard to claims when the insured worker is deceased: name, address, phone number, and Social Security account number of the claimant if the claimant is not a public employee; claim number, date of claimed injury, employee's Social Security number, home phone number, home address, date of birth, sex, and marital status; whether claimed injury caused loss of time from work; whether the employee lost time from work on the day of the claimed injury and the number of hours lost; whether the employee has returned to work; whether full or partial wages were paid for the first day of lost time and the amount paid, time of day, and location where injury occurred; whether the injury occurred on employer's premises; the name, address, and phone number of the treating physician or practitioner; identification of the hospital where treated; nature of the claimed injury or occupational illness; part of body affected; name or type of object involved in causing the injury; nature of injury; type of accident; description of actions taken to prevent recurrence; names of coworker witnesses; and all data collected or created as a result of the investigation of the claim including, but not limited to, physicians' reports; other data on the medical condition of the claimant; data collected from the claimant's physicians; and data collected in interviews of the claimant's employer, coworkers, family members, and neighbors.

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