My question involves insurance law for the state of: Nebraska
I have been unable to find clear answers concerning how insurance regulations (law) looks at prior action. If a licensed insurance agent has committed a minor violation (the slap on the hand kind of thing), but took action to correct the violation prior to any administration proceedings or actions, is the violation considered invalid? Can action be taken against the insurance agent? I was told that if you signed a consent order stating to the fact, you could be admitting to something which there is legally no grounds for administrative action to be taken. I appreciate any information someone can offer.