Miller Still Good Law

Miller Still Good Law

Court of Appeals holds that Allstate Ins. Co. v. Miller, 315 Md. 182, 553 A.2d 1268 (1989) remains good law in Maryland when it comes to uninsured motorist coverage.

The Miller case held that the trial court can reduce a judgment in uninsured motorist claim to the policy limits upon a proper post-trial judgment.

Allstate did not introduce the policy limits during trial and the court held that the information did not need to be provided to the jury as it would be extraneous informaiton during their deliberations.

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