Maryland Rules That Examinations Under Oath Are Mandatory –Even During Litigation.
Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals handed down a new insurance case: Dolan v. Kemper Independence Insurance Company, No. 0084, September Term, 2017. Dolan reaffirmed that policyholders must participate in Examinations Under Oath (“EUOs”) in UM / UIM claims if their insurer asks for one. (An EUO is a recorded interview much like a deposition, but with even less rules.) This isn’t particularly novel. Phillips v. Allstate, 156 Md. App. 729 (2004) already said that about Collisi