There’s an old saying that it’s good to be the king. It turns out it’s also good to be a member of the Florida Cabinet, at least fiscally speaking.
Hundreds of people gathered in Tampa on Friday to remember Bill McBride’s bravery in battle and compassion toward others.
If you weren’t one of the Florida residents who received a part of the $211 million in unclaimed cash and property turned over by state, you still have time.
A major arson and insurance scam has been busted in Miami.
A Miami boat captain who allegedly sank $1.86 million yacht off the Bahamas as part of an insurance fraud scheme has been arrested.
A plan to raise rates for new policies issued by Citizens Insurance died Thursday for the short term, but the Citizens board asked its staff to create plan for doing that in 2013.
More than a dozen people from Miami have been arrested for allegedly using lunch trucks to stage more than dozen of accidents to file for $800,000 in fraudulent property damage and Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claims.
If you get a call on the phone from someone saying you just won big money in a sweepstakes you don’t remember entering, hang up.
If you get a call or email from an official sounding agency which claims that they have money or property owed to you and can return it to you for a fee, hang up, it’s a scam.
On the eve of legislative testimony, Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members joined forces Tuesday to call on lawmakers to enact significant changes to curb fraud they say is costing motorists nearly $1 billion a year in higher premiums.