‘Cat Fund’ Healthy Heading Into Hurricane SeasonThe Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund is in its strongest financial position ever as the state heads into the annual storm season.
Despite Storm-Free Seasons, Florida Insurance Still PriceyDespite Florida not have a hurricane hit for nine years, property insurance still remains pricey.
Florida's Insurance Fund Remains Strong A Florida fund meant to help private insurers pay out claims after a hurricane remains strong.
State-Backed Insurer May Put Early End To Storm TaxA 1 percent charge imposed on most homeowners' policies to help the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp. cover losses from the last of the 2005 hurricanes may come off the books two years early.
'Hurricane Tax' On Insurance Policies To End 18 Months Early An extra charge on property-insurance and auto-insurance policies to cover claims paid for the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons will end Jan. 1.
Insurance Fund Strong In FL As Hurricane Season NearsThe upcoming hurricane season is just weeks away, but Florida is entering the new storm season with positive news.
Scott Continues Pushing Citizens DepopulationGovernor Rick Scott continued to make his push to depopulate Citizens Insurance Friday in front of a friendly crowd at the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
Citizens Insurance Overhaul Bill Clears Senate CommitteeDespite worries of a financial burden on Florida policyholders, the Senate Budget Committee on Saturday OK'd financial changes to Citizens Property Insurance Corp. and the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund. The move is an effort to have them secured before one or more major storms hit Florida.