High court rules that insurance cause of action begins at denial

Motorists injured in a crash and denied underinsured motorist coverage by their own carrier have three years from the date of denial to sue their underwriter, Maryland’s top court unanimously ruled Monday. The Court of Appeals rejected an insurance company’s argument that the three-year clock begins when the injured motorist settles with the other, at-fault driver’s ...

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