Citizens Property Insurance
With the start of hurricane season, Facing South Florida takes a deeper look at Citizens Property Insurance and its myriad problems.
A leading Florida Democrat is crying foul about a deal made with Citizens Property Insurance and another insurance company which is getting paid to absorb 60,000 policies.
Some South Florida homeowners who are insured by Citizens Property Insurance may be eligible for a cheaper option.
Property owners covered by Citizen’s Property Insurance may have a cheaper option that they are not aware of.
Some good news for property owners who are covered by Citizens Property Insurance. On Thursday, the Senate approved a watered down House bill to reform the state backed insurance provider.
Citizens Insurance is the target of another class action lawsuit that alleges the insurance company, backed by taxpayers, has been deliberately overcharging customers.
The Legislature appears to be on a path to make it harder for non-homesteaded homes, often owned by people living out-of-state, to be added to or remain under the umbrella of the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
Citizens Property Insurance Corporation took a first step Monday to move thousands of coastal hurricane insurance policies to a private insurer.
A state representative from Miami Beach has filed a bill aimed at making spending by some employees at Citizens Property Insurance Corp. more responsible.
Thousand of South Florida homeowners insured by the state-run Citizens’ Property Insurance have gotten a letter from them recently that said they’re coverage had been chosen to be transferred to a private company if they fail to send in a form on time giving them the choice of opting out of the transfer and keeping their existing coverage.