Month: February 2011

What is the Insurance Industry Afraid of? | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

In a recent Florida House of Representatives Committee, Representative Plakon (R-Longwood) introduced a bill to remove the ability of the Insurance Consumer Advocate to issue letter grades to insurance companies based on how they treat their customers. Am I missing something? The Insurance Consumer Advocate is a position established by statute and appointed by the …

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New Appeals Filed in Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal May Change Insurance Appraisals in Florida | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

A couple of weeks ago, Shaun Marker wrote about a recent insurance appraisal decision out of Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal, Citizens Prop. Ins. Corp. v. Mango Hill Condo. Ass’n 12, Inc., No. 3D10-2014, 2011 WL 613518 (Fla. 3d DCA Feb. 9, 2011). Shaun’s post is over on the Condominium Insurance Law Blog, where …

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