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Most Health Insurers Raise 2016 Florida Obamacare RatesFloridians will see a hike in insurance premiums for Obamacare this year.
Citizens CEO: Rate Hike Due To Spike In Water ClaimsA "disturbing" rise in water-damage claims in South Florida is driving Citizens Property Insurance Corp. to seek an average 3.2 percent increase in rates for many homeowners, the president of the state-backed insurer said Tuesday.
Quiet Hurricane Season Bolsters Insurance MarketFor a ninth consecutive year, the Sunshine State went through the six-month Atlantic storm season hurricane-free.
Workers Comp Rates Could Be TrimmedFlorida employers could see the first overall reduction in workers-compensation insurance rates in four years.
State Report: Law Against "No Fault" Fraud Reducing RatesAuto insurance costs will come down slightly, more than a year after reforms aimed at reducing fraud in the state's "no-fault" auto insurance system were implemented, according to a preliminary analysis of rates by the state.
State Report Says Law Against 'No Fault' Fraud Is Reducing Rates Auto insurance costs will come down slightly, more than a year after reforms aimed at reducing fraud in the state's "no-fault" auto insurance system were implemented, according to a preliminary analysis of rates by the state.
Workers' Comp Rate Could Go Up Again Workers’ comp insurers are seeking a one percent increase, meaning employers across the state of Florida could have to pay more for their workers’ compensation insurance.
Insurance Regulators Struggling To Implement Federal Health LawInsurance regulators across Florida have a Herculean task on their hands.
State Insurance Agencies Get Update On Health Care Coverage In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling which upheld the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act, insurance officials are getting an update on health care coverage in the state.
Lloyd's To Operate In Florida As ReinsurerThere’s a big sigh of relief coming from the state’s property insurers now that Lloyd's of London plans to operate in Florida offering backup coverage.
Fla. Approves 18 Percent Rate Hike For State FarmIf you're with State Farm Florida Insurance you may see an increase in your bill. That's because regulators approved an average rate hike of 18.8 percent for Florida homeowners covered by State Farm.

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