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Maryland’s intermediate appellate court, the Court of Special Appeals, has ruled that that an insurance company’s identity must be disclosed to a jury in a breach of contract case arising out of the uninsured motorist provisions of an insurance policy. Davis et vir. v. Martinez, et al., examines the potential prejudice that defendants face when a jury knows that a claim may be covered by insurance, as well as the distinction between evidentiary matters and basic trial procedure.

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