Md. Seeks New Hurricane Deductible Rules Post-Sandy
The recent proposal from the Maryland Insurance Administration calls for carriers to apply hurricane deductibles only for residential property damage that happens when a hurricane warning from the National Weather Service is in effect or within 24 hours after the last hurricane warning is nixed.
Hurricane deductibles typically range from 1 percent to 5 percent of an insured property's...
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