Case Study: Policyholder Burned After Filing Suspicious Claim

Insurance fraud is a crime that increases the cost of insurance for all drivers. Maryland Auto works every day to combat insurance fraud through coordination between our Claims professionals and our Special Investigations Unit (SIU). According to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, 8,898 motor vehicles were intentionally set on fire […]

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  • Don’t Let “Falling Back” Wreck Your Fall Season

    via GIPHY This Sunday, November 6th at 2:00am, we’ll set our clocks back an hour – for what may be the last time. Earlier this year, the U.S. Senate voted to permanently implement Daylight Savings Time. If this legislation is passed by the House of Representatives, the full-time switch to […]

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  • How to Have a Safe and Spooky Halloween

    This Halloween, Maryland Auto wants you to be spooky and safe! There are plenty of ways to have fun while also being responsible. Dress up in your favorite costumes, eat good candy, and carve cool pumpkins! Here are a few ideas that can help make your Halloween celebration a fun, […]

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  • Two Law Changes for Maryland Drivers on October 1

    Maryland has expanded two existing vehicle laws that affect drivers. These updates are effective on October 1, 2022 and will make Maryland roadways safer to save lives. Make sure you and your friends and family are aware of the changes. Child Passenger Safety The new Child Passenger Safety Law states […]

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  • Case Study: Neighbors Help Uninsured Division Investigate Cause of Victim’s Injuries

    The Uninsured Division (UD) is a division of the State of Maryland administered by Maryland Auto Insurance. The UD handles claims in which a Maryland resident has been injured as a result of an accident caused by another person who has no insurance to cover those injuries. In this case, […]

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  • Five Ways to Get Your Car Ready for Fall

    Autumn is upon us. The weather is cooling down, the days will be shorter, and the kids are back in school. The change in season is the perfect time to perform a once-over on your car to make sure your vehicle is ready for fall and winter. via GIPHY 1. […]

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  • Case Study: Combatting Theft with A Little Help from Our Friends

    Combatting insurance fraud is no easy feat. The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates that at least $80 Billion is stolen yearly through insurance fraud, costing the average household an estimated $1,000 extra in insurance premiums each year to make up for that fraud. Maryland Auto‘s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) investigates […]

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  • National Drive-Thru Day 2022

    National Drive-Thru Day is recognized on July 24th of each year to celebrate the convenience of refilling day-to-day necessities while staying in the comfort of our vehicles. Drive-thrus are not only popular in restaurants but serve customers at coffee shops, banks, pharmacies, and liquor stores. Since the pandemic, drive-thrus have […]

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  • Case Study: Victim of Hit and Run Aided through the Uninsured Division

    Recently, the Uninsured Division of Maryland Auto assisted the victim of a hit and run who was facing over $86,000 in medical bills with no insurance. Luckily, the Uninsured Division (UD) was able to step in to help. A woman was crossing the road at a street corner when she […]

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  • Maryland Auto Takes Suspected Fraud to Court

    Maryland Auto is committed to preventing fraudulent claims. Our claim representatives are trained to identify suspicious loss indicators, or “red flags,” to determine if a claim warrants further investigation through our Special Investigations Unit (SIU). Fraud can take many forms from altered facts of the accident to unrelated or exaggerated […]

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