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Bills Would Limit Claims Paid by Uninsured Employer Fund, Alter Assessment Limits

Monday, December 24, 2018 | 395 | 0 | 77 min read

The chairman of the Maryland Senate Finance Committee has introduced two bills, one that would limit how much the state's Uninsured Employer Fund would pay on claims, and another that would repeal the current law that limits assessments on employers. Senate Bill 63, sponsored by Sen. Thomas Middleton, D-Waldorf, would limit benefit payments to no more than $100,000 per claim, and only for claims found to be compensable as of the date of the employer's insolvency. Senate Bill 62 would repeal Section 9-1007(b) of the state Labor and Employment Code, which sets parameters on em...

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