MIA Bulletin 12-15: Potential New Maryland Regulations Involving Property Claims After Hurricanes


The Maryland Insurance Administration (“MIA”) is currently in the process of drafting new regulations for all property and casualty insurers writing homeowners insurance in Maryland and the Joint Insurance Administration (“JIA”) regarding the application of a percentage deductible in the case of a hurricane or other storm.

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