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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
10/29/2021
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Craig Ey, 410-468-2488 (O)
443-604-9599 (C)

Maryland Insurance Administration to open Virtual Disaster Center November 1-3

BALTIMORE – The Maryland Insurance Administration will open its Virtual Disaster Center November 1-3 to help anyone with insurance-related issues or questions about damage from the severe weather that impacted Maryland over the weekend.

Dates: Monday, November 1; Tuesday, November 2; Wednesday, November 3
Times:  12 pm – 2 pm and 6 pm – 8 pm
Zoom link: https://www.zoomgov.com/s/1617181912
Dial-in number: (669) 254-5252
Meeting ID: 161 718 1912

In the Virtual Disaster Center, Maryland residents can ask general insurance questions or meet one-on-one with a Maryland Insurance Administration representative in a private breakout room.

“The Virtual Disaster Center is an additional resource for reaching Maryland insureds affected by severe weather events,” said Maryland Insurance Commissioner Kathleen A. Birrane. “Adisasterresponsecenter.jpgll of our traditional communication lines will continue to be open and accessible. Also, as needed, Maryland Insurance Administration representatives will continue to be available in-person in affected communities.”

The Maryland Insurance Administration can be reached at 410-468-2000 or toll-free at 1-800-492-6116. Our TTY number is 1-800-735-2258.

For tips on what to do before a storm and what to do after, please see our Consumer Advisory: Maryland Insurance Administration urges residents to prepare for severe weather event.

Look for updates throughout the weather event on the Maryland Insurance Administration website at https://insurance.maryland.gov and our social media accounts: Facebook at www.facebook.com/MDInsuranceAdmin, Twitter at @MD_Insurance, LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/maryland-insurance-administration  or Instagram at @marylandinsuranceadmin.

About the Maryland Insurance Administration

The Maryland Insurance Administration is an independent State agency charged with regulating Maryland’s $28.5 billion insurance industry.

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