Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Wednesday, November 28
Nov 28, 2012
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12:00 p.m.–Florida Self-Insurers Guaranty Association meeting; Tampa, Florida. To view the meeting notice, click here.
1:00 p.m.–Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Actuarial and Underwriting Committee meeting; Teleconference: 866-361-7525; participant code: 8632017402#. To view the meeting notice, click here.
Citizens Property Insurance Corp. CEO Barry Gilway acknowledged he mishandled the firing of four investigators that made up the Office of Corporate Integrity, but defended the dismantling of the office as a restructuring of Citizens’ internal oversight.
- Citizens Property Insurance CEO on Dismantled I-Team: The Bad Decision Was How We Did It
- Citizens Property Insurance president blasts media reports
The historic look of this home attracted Renee Rattray and her family to West Palm Beach.
The forms used by property insurers across the state to calculate insurance discounts for homeowners are seriously flawed and must be completely thrown out, an administrative judge has found in a potentially groundbreaking ruling.
Florida may be the slowest state in the union at counting votes, but Sunshine State drivers sure know how to hustle.
Florida is prone to having automobile insurance fraud.
Federated National Insurance Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Federated National Holding Company, received a Notice of 2012 Assessment from the Florida Insurance Guaranty Association, Inc.
Florida’s auto loan delinquency rate was 0.46 percent in third quarter, up from 0.41 percent in the second quarter, according to a TransUnion report released November 27.
What’s in a name? Perhaps a lot less when it no longer includes “community affairs” — aka growth management.
Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater will have to answer questions under oath in a lawsuit filed by the owner of a Tallahassee art gallery that was never paid for framed photographs valued at more than $357,000 for the new 1st District Court of Appeal.
Hours after Governor Rick Scott challenged 28 state colleges to develop a $10,000 bachelor’s degree program to make college more affordable for families, state Democrats said the move would make the colleges the “Walmart of education.”
The bipartisan spirit is already receding from last week’s swearing-in ceremony and Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford looked more like a typical conservative Republican with the unveiling of his committee assignments on Monday.
How’s Florida doing? You’d think we would know the status of our own state, but it’s not so easy to pin down.
Booming demand for catastrophe bonds should make them accessible and affordable for smaller insurance companies looking for alternative ways to cover themselves against natural disasters, according to the world’s biggest reinsurer Munich Re.
Hurricane Sandy has created a superstorm of insurance complaints, as consumers hound state regulators to combat slow action by insurers or for help on other claim matters.