Maryland DWI lawyer Andy Alpert says your ability to get auto insurance after a DWI arrest in Maryland depends entirely on the insurance company. In Maryland you may be given probation before judgement, which is not a conviction. Probation before judgement is something you must report to your insurance company. How an insurance company reacts to this depends on the particular company.
If you are convicted of DWI in Maryland, your insurance company can get get a copy of your driving record. You are also required to report your conviction to the company. It is probable your insurance will either drop you to an “at-risk” insurance or they will raise your premium.
Getting your insurance back to where it was before your Maryland DWI conviction depends entirely on the company itself.
For more information on how your insurance might handle a Maryland DWI conviction, call Maryland DWI lawyer Andy Alpert at (866) 826-8617.
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