Will You Claim Maryland to Be a No-Fault State?

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Sarah Johnson
Sarah JohnsonLicensed Agent

Posted on Jan 18, 2023

Yes, Maryland is a no-fault state. This means that drivers are not typically held liable for damages they cause in car accidents, unless they were acting negligently or recklessly. This can help to reduce the amount of litigation and conflict that arises after a car accident.

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