Maryland Client Advisory: Maryland Insurance Administration Issues Penalties for Insurance Fraud
March 12, 2021
In three administrative orders issued on February 17, 2021, the Maryland Insurance Administration (“MIA”) imposed a combined total of $480,000 in penalties against five people and four companies for insurance fraud and for acting as public adjusters without a license. You can read the details here.
Any questions regarding this development can be directed to Joe Cardile at (410) 653-0460 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Joe is a partner in TT&H’s Baltimore office, where he maintains a practice focusing, in part, on representing insurance carriers in fraud related matters. Joe is part of TT&H’s team of lawyers who advise and represent insurance carriers with regard to fraud matters. The team is led by former prosecutors, military veterans and insurance company employees.
TT&H is a regional insurance defense firm with over 80 lawyers in 11 offices throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. For years, TT&H has provided insurers with complimentary fraud trainings that satisfy state statutory requirements. If your company would like TT&H to provide a complimentary training, please contact Jann McNamara at (717) 237-7114 or email@example.com.