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November 16, 2016

Maryland Insurance Administration Revises Reporting Forms in Bulletin 16-30 Update

The Maryland Insurance Administration has revised its Reporting Forms that are to be completed by an Insurer that is served with a §27-1001 filing or a civil complaint alleging an absence of good faith and seeking litigation costs and attorneys’ fees under §3-1701 of the Courts and Judicial Proceedings Article as of November 1, 2016. The prior forms have been withdrawn.

An Insurer served with a §27-1001 filing initially filed with the Maryland Insurance Administration, which then becomes the subject of further adjudication, must file a Notice of Disposition Form within 30 days of the disposition of that civil action.

An Insurer served with a civil complaint alleging an absence of good faith and seeking litigation costs and attorneys’ fees under §3-1701, that was not initially filed with the Maryland Insurance Administration, must file a Notice of Pending Complaint Form within 30 days of service of process.

Both forms can be accessed here: http://insurance.maryland.gov/Pages/insurer-good-faith-requirements.aspx

For more information on this topic, please contact Alicia D. Stewart at adstewart@nilesbarton.com

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