Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report – Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Oct 25, 2016
The number of Insurance Claims following Hurricane Matthew has now surpassed 91,000, with Estimated Losses rising to $549 Million. Matthew Moline reports for FloridaPolitics.com.
On Monday, a Group of Former Politicos, Lobbyists and Business Owners released recommendations on how to improve response, logistics and communications following the wrath of Hurricane Hermine. Tamaryn Waters reports for the Tallahassee Democrat.
Donald Trump said he received a $17 Million Insurance Payment in 2005 for hurricane damage to Mar-a-Lago, his Private Club in Palm Beach, but The Associated Press found little evidence of such large-scale damage. The Associated Press’ Jeff Horwitz and Terry Spencer report via ABC Action News.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection signed a consent order with Mosaic Company formalizing the steps already agreed to in dealing with the Sinkhole at the New Wales Plant and the fallout from that. The Lakeland Ledger reports.
With the GOP Nominee trailing in Poll after Poll and lacking a Ground Game, a low turnout may be Trump’s only hope of carrying the State. Marc Caputo reports for Politico Florida.
- As Florida Early Voting Begins, 99% More Latinos Have Already Voted Than In 2012
- Emotional Florida Voters Flock to the Polls on First Day of Early Voting
- Rick Scott: Florida Elections Will Not Be Rigged
Florida Chief Justice Jorge Labarga on Monday announced Members of a Task Force that will focus on the growing concern about Guardianships in Florida’s Courts. John Pacenti reports for the Palm Beach Post.
The Former Vice President said the State Measure gives Utilities the power to kill Net Metering, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
South Florida is the Third-Most-Active Region for Sex Trafficking in the Country, with Minors often the Victims, according to the Justice Department. McClatchy’s James Rosen reports.
The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America Elected New Officers to its Board of Governors this week during the Association’s Annual Meeting. John Barbagallo, Commercial Lines Group President, Progressive Insurance Group, was elected PCI’s Chair; Kurt Bock, CEO, Country Financial, was elected First Vice Chair; and Pete McPartland, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO, Sentry Insurance, was elected Second Vice Chair, Insurance Journal reports.
Susan Donegan has been named as the New Chief Regulatory Services Officer for the NCCI, Insurance Journal reports.
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