Car Shops Give Tips On How To Avoid Accidentally Buying A Flood-Damaged Vehicle

Following hurricanes Harvey and Irma, hundreds of thousand of vehicles were flooded and destroyed in Florida and the Gulf Coast. Now, some of those car owners are allegedly trying to sell them, but not disclosing that they received any damage. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

FBI Widens Insurance Fraud Probe Of South Florida Attorneys

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And police sources said more arrests are coming as part of a multiagency investigation into alleged insurance fraud by personal injury attorneys. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Home Or Car Damaged In Irma? Here’s What Your Insurance Will Cover

While no single insurance policy covers all the damage that a hurricane could cause, a mix of windstorm, homeowners and flood insurance will cover most post-hurricane predicaments. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Florida Insurance Companies Provide $61.2 Million Toward Scholarships

The program makes it possible for low-income families across the state to send their children to schools best suited to meet their needs. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

In Booming South Florida, Another Hurricane Andrew Could Be A $300 Billion Catastrophe

“And that number doesn’t include loss of taxes or tourism,” said Monica Ningen, chief property underwriter for the U.S. and Canada for Swiss Re, one of the largest reinsurance companies in the world. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Why Florida Insurers Could Double Homeowners’ Rates

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Lawyers and contractors are cleaning up by exploiting a well-intentioned provision, while insurers and homeowners get socked. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

As Hurricane Andrew Memories Fade, Florida Weakens Building Codes

At the core of the Florida dispute is a simple calculation: the tougher the building code, the more it costs to build a home. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Florida Insurers Want To Hike Obamacare Rates, And They May Go Even Higher

Preliminary rate requests for 2018 ACA plans were published by federal healthcare regulators, with Florida insurers requesting premium increases ranging from one percent to as much as 44 percent. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Florida Insurers Place All Options On Table To Address AOB Abuse

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They say they have no choice after the Florida Legislature for the fifth year in a row failed to address the crisis in water damage claims abuse. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Flood Insurance Rates Could Rise For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Homeowners Under Proposal

Congress is considering sweeping changes to the debt-laden National Flood Insurance Program that could jack up flood insurance rates for hundreds of thousands of homeowners under a bill that a Florida real estate group called “devastating.” CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

7 Times You Shouldn’t File An Insurance Claim

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It may seem like a waste of money to pay insurance premiums every month, then avoid filing a claim when you actually have damage. Yet sometimes, this is exactly what you should do to save money. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Pet Insurance: The Latest Trend In Silicon Valley Perks

The cost of insurance almost pays for itself because of the coverage for monthly heartworm and flea medicine, and tests or shots. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Insurance Study Ties Legal Pot To Boost In Car Crash Claims

The Highway Loss Data Institute, a leading insurance research group, said in study results released Thursday that collision claims in Colorado, Washington, and Oregon went up 2.7 percent in the years since legal recreational marijuana sales began when compared with surrounding states. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Are You Covered For A Fireworks Accident?

According to authorities, there have already been three house fires caused by fireworks, but with more and more people getting ready to set them off, what do you need to know about your insurance policy if there were to be an accident? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO FIND OUT

Consumers Paying For Florida Legislature’s Inaction On Assignment Of Benefits (AOB) ‘Scams’ With Car Insurance, Too

Auto as well as homeowners Insurance rates for everyone are on the rise because of abusive practices. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE