Insurance Fraud Public Meeting Monday June 20, 2016

Notice of Public Meeting

To: Interested Parties

The Senate Finance Committee submitted a letter to Commissioner Al Redmer, Jr. asking the Maryland Insurance Administration to convene a meeting with interested groups and stakeholders to discuss how to address the issue of fraud. In accordance with this request, we will convene a meeting of interested parties to discuss possible solutions to deterring fraud in uninsured motorist claims from a “phantom” vehicle or a staged “hit and run.” Additional discussion will focus on fraud committed at initial application in which an applicant misrepresents the garaging location of a vehicle or residency of the applicant. As fraud causes unnecessary costs that are passed on to policyholders, we look forward to hearing from the industry, the defense bar, other organizations knowledgeable about insurance fraud, and the public on ways to develop possible solutions to combat fraud.

The meeting will be held:

Monday June 20, 2016
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Maryland Insurance Administration
24th Floor Hearing Room
Topic: Automobile Insurance Fraud
Click HERE for the agenda.
A conference call line will be provided for those who are unable to attend the meeting in person. The call-in number and code are as follows: Call in number: 866-247-6034 Code: 1573490062.
In an effort to be as productive as possible, please provide us with a list of any concerns or information from other states. Please provide the list by Friday June 10, 2016 to Zach Peters at

If you have specific questions with regard to this meeting, please contact Nancy Egan, Director of Government Relations and External Affairs at or by phone 410-468-2488.

Al Redmer, Jr.
Insurance Commissioner

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