A young woman looks on at a car accident in exasperation (Photo: bilanol/Adobe Stock)

The Maine Department of Professional & Financial Regulation Bureau of Insurance published a bulletin addressing the change of the statutory definition of "reportable accident." A reportable accident is an accident resulting in bodily injury or death or apparent property damage of $2,000 or more. This definition was amended in 2023 to change the previous property damage limit of $1,000 to $2,000. The change took effect on October 25, 2023. 

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