Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report – Friday, October 7, 2016
Oct 7, 2016
The Insurance Industry prepared Thursday for the devastating blow Hurricane Matthew threatened to deliver to Florida’s East Coast. Casey Logan reports for the Ft. Myers News Press.
- Fitch Sends Out Warning: Florida Property Insurance Market “Untested” as Storm Nears
- Insurance stock skyrockets following Hurricane Matthew
- Assessing Hurricane Matthew’s Collateral Market Damage
The Images below, shared by Reporters on the ground, show what Matthew has already done to the Daytona Beach area. However, the worst has yet to come, CNN shows.
- Hurricane Matthew Bears Down on Florida
- Hurricane Matthew Heads to Florida; Losses Could Reach $15 Billion
- Reinsurers’ Capital Likely to Remain Strong Despite Hurricane Matthew
- Forecasters Can See Hurricane Matthew’s Damage Before It Happens
- New Forecasting, Damage Assessment Tools Track Hurricane Matthew
- First Matthew-Related Death Reported in Florida; More Than 600K Without Power
- Florida in Near-Shutdown Mode for Hurricane Matthew
- Hurricane Matthew Drops to Category 3 as it Nears Central Florida
- Matthew Spares South Florida the Worst for Now
- Matthew May Return Later to Florida in “Funky Loop” Dance
- Hurricane Matthew Leaves More Than 86,000 Without Power in South Florida
- Hurricane Matthew Likely to Overpower Grid, FPL Concedes
- Why the “Tough Love” on Hurricane Matthew Evacuation?
- As Matthew Bears Down, Former Top Bush Staffers Recall Hurricane Battles
- How Hurricanes Can Upend Politics
- Florida Governor Says State Won’t Extend Voter Registration, Rebuffing Clinton Campaign
- Election Law Professor Lays out Nightmare Florida Political Scenario After Hurricane Matthew
- UF-LSU Game Off: Conference, Schools Will Scramble to Reschedule
Citizens Property Insurance is in a Crisis. And it has nothing to do with the usual suspects troubling the State-Run Homeowners Insurance Company: Sinkholes or Hurricanes. You can’t even blame Hurricane Matthew for this. The Tampa Bay Times’ Jeff Harrington reports.
As Hurricane Matthew continues to impact Florida, Residents affected by the storm will soon begin the process of surveying damages to their property and belongings.
The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation has issued a Final Order granting approval to the National Council on Compensation Insurance for an overall combined Statewide Average Rate Increase of 14.5 percent.
Three Florida Supreme Court Justices and 28 State Appellate Judges face Merit-Retention Votes in the November 8 General Election. Lloyd Dunkelberger reports for THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA.
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