Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Thursday, May 26
May 26, 2011
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There are no insurance-related events today.
Most Floridians want more property Insurance regulation, not less, and they report it’s getting more expensive, according to a poll released today by Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.
Security First has introduced a new valuation system for property Insurance it said will more accurately reflect what its insurance policyholders should pay on their belongings.
Like many ordinary Florida homeowners in the wake of a new insurance law signed by Governor Rick Scott, Manatee County is getting a lot less hurricane and property coverage for the same premium, a county attorney told Manatee County Commissioners today.
Martin County School Board approved Wednesday a $4.4 million overpayment of Insurance claims stemming from the 2004 and 2005 hurricanes.
Homebuilder Tousa Inc. won an almost complete victory over an insurance company regarding repayment of excess premiums.
Getting mail from your homeowners insurance company can feel like receiving a letter from a fickle love interest.
Jacksonville-based medical malpractice insurer FPIC Insurance Group Inc. announced an agreement Tuesday to be acquired by a larger competitor, The Doctors Company, for $362 million.
With strong backing from business interests and tea party conservatives, the way appears clear for Governor Rick Scott to make “significant” cuts in the Legislature’s $69.7 billion spending plan.
The legal team that challenged two executive orders issued by Governor Rick Scott has responded to his filings with the state Supreme Court, arguing the governor’s power is not as broad as he claims.
A telecommunications company’s decision to expand its work force in Florida has triggered an investigation by the Obama administration’s National Labor Relations Board.
Governor Rick Scott hasn’t even signed the budget yet, but lawmakers have gotten off to a quick start in preparation for the early 2012 session on Wednesday by filing the five new bills.
Governor Rick Scott’s voter approval rating hit a historically rare low of 29 percent in a new poll released Wednesday, raising questions about whether his unpopularity could affect Republicans in the 2012 elections.
As living costs creep upward, many Americans can’t afford pricey insurance plans, but thanks to a new state law, Georgians now have more coverage options.
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