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2018 News Releases

The Maryland Insurance Administration Welcomes Ten New Insurance Companies to Maryland Marketplace
Consumers benefit from competitive marketplace with additional carriers and product choices
Maryland Insurance Administration Continues Its Focus on Stopping Insurance Fraud
Criminal and civil orders result in more than $214,000 in fines and penalties through first half of 2018
Consumer Advisory: What You Need to Know About Condominium Insurance
Learn the Basics of Condominium Insurance
Insurance Commissioner to Visit Wicomico County to Meet with Consumers, Business Owners and Producers
Regional Meeting to be held Wednesday, August 15th in Salisbury
Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer, Jr. Warns that Medicare Card Changes Could Trigger Scams
Scammers are taking advantage of the transition period from old Medicare cards to new ones
Commissioner Redmer to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed Affordable Care Act (ACA) Health Insurance Premium Rates for 2019
Public Hearing to be held Monday, July 30 in Baltimore
Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer, Jr. Encourages Marylanders to Prepare For the 2018 Hurricane Season
Take Action with Insurance Matters Before the Storm Hits
Maryland Insurance Administration Advises Consumers Who Telecommute or Operate a Home-Based Business to Confirm That They Are Properly Insured
A discussion of the insurance considerations for Maryland consumers
Consider Money-Saving Insurance Options if You Have Changed Driving Habits
New DriveCheck assessment from National Association of Insurance Commissioners helps Marylanders determine if usage-based auto insurance is a fit
Health Insurers Propose Premium Rates for 2019
Public Invited to Submit Comments
Advice on Insurance for Teen Drivers From Commissioner Al Redmer, Jr.
Preparing for Spring Extreme Weather
Maryland Insurance Administration Urges Residents: Don’t wait until it’s too late
What to Do if You Experienced Property Damage During Winter Storm Riley and How the Maryland Insurance Administration Can Assist You
State Agency Available to Assist Consumers with Claims Process Issues
Maryland Insurance Administration Staff Member Ronald Velez Returns From Assisting Puerto Rico Department of Insurance with Aftermath of Hurricane Maria
Nursing Technician Sentenced in Felony Theft Scheme
Maryland Insurance Administration Helps Consumers Recover More Than $11.7 Million in Claims Settlements and Disputes in 2017
Agency Responded to Over 12,000 Consumer Inquiries, Complaints, Appeals and Grievances
Harford County Man Sentenced in Felony Theft Scheme
Free Webinar on Tuesday, February 20th to Explain Resources Available for Navigating Private Health Insurance Coverage for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Emergencies
Learn how the Maryland Insurance Administration Can Assist During Medical Emergencies
Twenty-Seven New Companies Approved to Conduct Insurance Related Business in Maryland in Second Half of 2017
109 Companies Have Been Approved to Conduct Insurance Related Business in Maryland Since 2015
77 Citizens Charged with Committing Insurance Fraud in 2017
Criminal and civil orders result in $466,000 in fines and penalties

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