58-41-40Evidence of coverage deemed deceptive.

For the purposes of this chapter, an evidence of coverage shall be deemed to be deceptive if the evidence of coverage taken as a whole, and with consideration given to typography and format, as well as language, shall be such as to cause a reasonable person, not possessing special knowledge regarding health care plans and evidences of coverage therefor, to expect benefits, services, charges, or other advantages which the evidence of coverage does not regularly make available for enrollees covered under such evidence of coverage.

Source: SL 1974, ch 321, § 32 (1) (c).