The rules which allow for secrecy in insurance and other cases are not inflexible. Although the presumption is that openness is the default rule, the presumption is rebuttable. The rules and the opportunities for rebuttal are explored in these articles posted on Legal Solutions Blog and linked here for your ease of reference:
Presumption that court records are open to the public: The default rule January 28, 2015;
The default presumption of public access to court records is rebuttable February 3, 2015; and
The default presumption of public access to court records is rebuttable (Part 2 of 2) February 5, 2015.
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