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February 2023 Notices     Go back to Notices
We are closed Monday, February 20th in observance of  Presidents'  Day.
21 Pursuant to the requirements of the Open Meetings Act, the we hereby give notice that the Commissioners will hold the Commission meeting scheduled for February 23, 2023 in the Executive Conference room at 10 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, starting at 9:30 am. If you would like to attend this meeting, please send an email to no later than 2:00 pm on Wednesday, February 22, 2023, to allow time for the Commission to plan for social distancing for attendees and to provide notice of your planned attendance to the building security and Reception located on the  4th Floor.
13 Attention Insurers / Insurer Designees

As the Commission prepares for deployment of CompHub, all insurers will provide a general correspondence email address. This email address will be used as a sort of "dropbox" to ensure electronic delivery of ALL communications to the insurer from the Commission. This email address may NOT be:

- the same email as the Insurer Designee required under COMAR,
- the same email as an Insurer Delegate's email as defined in COMAR, or
- an attorney's email address who would represent the Insurer before the Commission.

When CompHub is fully implemented, the Commission will send all insurer mail generated by CompHub to the Insurer's general correspondence email address. This will become the email mailing address for ALL carrier notices once CompHub has been completely rolled out and paper notices discontinued. There are several carriers who are not in compliance with this request despite multiple letters and telephone inquiries by the Commission.

Please note that Registration with CompHub is mandatory and registration requires that the insurer maintain current, accurate contact information, including email address. See COMAR;;; LE 9-313. Failure to provide the required information may result in (1) DELAY in the insurer receiving notices and orders from the Commission; (2) FINES in accordance with Labor & Employment Article ยง 9-313(c), COMAR or .04; and/or (3) REFERRAL to the Maryland Insurance Administration for enforcement action. Also, the carriers who have not provided this email address will NOT have online access to the system.

All insurers should check with their Insurer Designee to see if they are in compliance with this requirement. If not, the Insurer Designee should immediately send the Insurer's general correspondence email address to with the following information:

a. Insurer Name
b. Email Address to be used for Insurer Notifications