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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Automobile Insurance in Florida – Protect Yourself Because Others Won’t

Posted in Insurance, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Uncategorized

Pursuant to Florida law, everyone who operates a motor vehicle in Florida is required to carry automobile insurance coverage.  As part of the process of obtaining or renewing your driver’s license, you are usually required to show “proof of insurance” or to otherwise prove that you have adequate insurance coverage.  What most people don’t understand is exactly how… Continue Reading

Sinkhole Stabilization Repair Program – Only Suckers Need Apply

Posted in Citizens Property Insurance, Laws, Legislature, Sinkhole, Uncategorized

As part of an ongoing effort to give the shaft to Florida consumers, a bill was recently filed with the Florida Legislature which would greatly restrict – or even eliminate – the rights of property owners attempting to properly repair damage caused to their homes by sinkhole activity.  Senate Bill 416 (blandly titled, “Sinkhole Coverage”) is a… Continue Reading

Flood Insurance Crisis – Possible Help on the Horizon

Posted in Flood Damage, Insurance, Legislature, Uncategorized, Water Damage

By now, most Floridians have heard about – or even experienced – the incredible spike in flood insurance premiums that are coming their way due to the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act.  In short, the Biggert-Waters act is a new federal law which attempts to address a $24 billion dollar deficit in the coffers of… Continue Reading