Insurance watchdog agency to field questions

May 16, 2001

A representative of the Maryland Insurance Administration will field questions and complaints about insurance coverage May 24 at the North County area Library at Harundale.

The independent state agency regulates the life, health, automobile and homeowner's insurance industries in Maryland and resolves consumer complaints.

The representative will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to hear concerns, answer questions on how to file a complaint against a company, and provide consumer education materials. No appointment is needed.

Information: 800-492-6116.

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