It wasn’t a perfect session, but ultimately, advocates of insurance reform in Florida saw lawmakers pass two of the four major insurance bills before the Legislature.
With just four days left in the session, the Florida Senate added a poison pill amendment to the House-passed bill that would limit surplus lines take-outs to customers who affirmatively opt-in to the program.
Seven years after Hurricane Katrina, lack of affordable property insurance remains a barrier to building some parts of the Mississippi coast.
While life and auto insurers compete vigorously to gain market share, homeowners insurers must make do with paltry profit potential.
C-FIRE Deputy Director R.J. Lehmann talks with Sean Carr, senior reporter for SNL Financial, about a proposed HUD rule that could regulate practices by homeowners insurers.
Ohio lawmakers should think twice before banning the use of credit information in insurance rate-setting and underwriting.
Despite six straight hurricane seasons without a direct strike, Florida keeps seeing more domestic property insurers fail.
In this week’s episode of the FIRE Podcast, C-FIRE Deputy Director R.J. Lehmann talks with Daniel Schwarcz of the University of Minnesota Law School about requiring insurers to publish their policy documents on-line.