• Bob Siems

Would data on 27-303 claims help flesh out the data on 27-1001 claims?


One of the strange things about 27-1001 data is that so few people complain about their insurance companies. I've wondered about this before.

Since 27-303 claims are so similar to 27-1001 claims, maybe the reason there just aren't as many as expected is that they get classified as 27-303 claims, especially if they are pro-se and do not clearly label it?

#Statistics #MarylandInsuranceAdministration #UnfairTradePracticesClaims #InsuranceBadFaith

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