Yes! Our website includes Maryland homeowner's policies to help you decide which coverage is right for you.
No. We are an independent state agency located in the Maryland Office of Attorney General. Our agency does not regulate the insurance agency. Rather, we represent the consumer's point of view in matters before MIA, the legislature, and other regulatory or enforcement entities with jurisdiction over the Maryland insurance market.
Yes! While our statutory authority does not allow us to represent individual consumers or individual consumer complaints, it is still important that we hear from consumers so that we can better understand any issues or problems with your insurance company. Individual consumer complaints often point to larger issues within the statewide insurance. Contact us at
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No. The Division cannot provide legal representation for individual consumers.
The People's Insurance Counsel created the following publications to help consumers learn about various topics that are relevant to homeowner insurance customers. Please check back frequently for additional brochures and thank you for visiting the PICD website.
Maryland Insurance Administration also provides many brochures that are designed to educate consumers on their rights and responsibilities with regard to homeowner's insurance:
Maryland Attorney General's OfficePeople's Insurance Counsel Division200 St. Paul StreetBaltimore, Maryland, 21202410-576-64321 (888) 743-0023email:
200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202
410-576-6300 / En español 410-230-1712 / 1-888-743-0023 toll-free / TTY: Dial 7-1-1 or 800-735-2258