Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Friday, September 4, 2015.
Sep 4, 2015
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Daily Florida Insurance-Related Events
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Daily Florida Insurance-Related News
The chief risk officer for Florida’s Citizens Property Insurance has sent a letter to the state insurance consumer advocate defending a proposed rate hike under review by the Office of Insurance Regulation, THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA reports via the Sun-Sentinel.
Limousine company officials queued up inside Tampa International Airport on Thursday to complain bitterly that rideshare companies Uber and Lyft are cutting into their business there and operating illegally curbside. Yvette C. Hammett reports for the Tampa Tribune.
A recent study by SmartAsset ranked the counties that were benefiting the most from life insurance payouts, and Orange County came in among the top 10. Cindy Barth reports for the Orlando Business Journal.
Seven Floridians organizations were awarded $9.95 million to help with the third year of enrollment on the federal marketplace. Daylina Miller reports for Health News Florida.
Florida has tied with Iowa for having the 10th-best-funded state pension system in the country, according to a recent report by Employee Benefit Adviser. FloridaPolitics.com notes the ranking.
Extending a string of large dispositions in South Florida, insurance giant MetLife has sold four office buildings in Miramar for $82 million. Eleazar David Melendez reports for the Daily Business Review.
While leaders of the Florida House and Senate continue to clash publicly over redistricting, many rank-and-file legislators are making appearances around the state bearing a red-faced message to voters. John Kennedy reports for the Palm Beach Post.
Advocates for consumers and trade groups representing financial advisors have called on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to edit and recast a proposed “Consumer Cybersecurity Bill of Rights.” Cyril Tuohy reports for InsuranceNewsNet.com.
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