Four Insurance-Related Bills Scheduled for Hearing By Florida House of Representatives’ Insurance and Banking Subcommittee Today, February 19
Feb 19, 2013
The Florida House of Representatives’ Insurance and Banking Subcommittee will meet today, February 19, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. to discuss the following insurance-related bills:
HB 223 relating to Insurance by State Representative Larry Lee would allow insurers to post a base insurance policy online as a means of delivering a policy to an insured.
- To view a House staff analysis of HB 223, click here.
HB 343 relating to Wrap-Up Insurance Policies by State Representative Bill Hager would authorize wrap-up insurance policies for non-public construction projects to include large deductibles when the combined workers’ compensation standard premium for all covered entities exceeds $500,000.
- To view a House staff analysis of HB 343, click here.
HB 553 relating to Workers’ Compensation Administration by State Representative Bill Hager would effect a variety of minor changes to responsibilities of the Florida Department of Financial Services and, specifically, those of the Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation.
- To view a House staff analysis of HB 553, click here.
HB 211 relating to the Florida Insurance Guaranty Association (“FIGA”) by State Representative Jake Raburn would change the methods by which FIGA collects its assessments in the event of a deficit.
- Note: A Proposed Committee Substitute has been filed for HB 211. To view this version of the bill, click here.
- To view a House staff analysis of HB 211, click here.
To access a live Webcast of today’s meeting, click here.
A Colodny Fass& Webb representative will attend the meeting and provide a complete report.
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