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Insurer Good Faith Requirements


A Maryland consumer who has a property and casualty insurance policy (property and casualty insurance includes automobile, homeowners, fire and/or dwelling, inland marine, commercial liability policies) that was issued, sold or delivered in Maryland, and believes that his/her property and casualty insurer failed to act in good faith in making a decision regarding his/her first-party insurance claim, may seek special damages against the insurer by filing a civil complaint and/or an administrative consumer complaint with the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA).

General Background

 

Bulletins to Industry

 

  • Amended Reporting Instructions
    January 15, 2008
    Property and Casualty 08-02
    For Cases under 27-1001 of the Insurance Article and 3-1701 of the Courts and Judicial Proceedings Article
    Excel Forms can be found under Insurer Good Faith Requirements
  • Implementation of SB 389
    September 28, 2007
    Property and Casualty 07-15
    Refer to Amended Bulletin 08-02 issued January 15, 2008 for updated filing instructions
  • Notice of Disposition Filing Form
    As of January 2008
    This is an Excel spreadsheet that should be saved, then filled out and submitted as instructed.
  • Notice of Pending Complaint Filing Form
    As of January 2008
    This is an Excel spreadsheet that should be saved, then filled out and submitted as instructed.