Rule 14-913. Payment of reimbursement.
(a) The Board may, from time to time, fix a maximum amount of reimbursement that is payable by the Fund. Initially, the maximum amount shall be $10,000 per claim and $25,000 total dollars within any given calendar year with regards to an individual lawyer.
(a)(1) There shall be a lifetime claim limit of $425,000 per lawyer.
(b) Claimant shall be reimbursed for losses in amounts to be determined by the Board after recommendations by the Committee. Reimbursement shall not include interest and other incidental and out-of-pocket expenses.
(c) Payment of reimbursement shall be made in such amounts and at such time as the Board approves and may be paid in lump sum or installment amounts. In the event that the Committee determines that there is a substantial likelihood that claims against the lawyer may exceed either the annual or lifetime claim limits, claims may be paid on a pro rata basis or otherwise as the Board and the Committee determine is equitable under the circumstances.
(d) If a claimant is a minor or an incompetent, the reimbursement may be paid to any proper and legally recognized person or authorized entity for the benefit of the claimant.