Hurricane Irma Insurance Losses Close To $10 BillionInsurance loss estimates from Hurricane Irma have hit $9.7 billion, up by more than $1 billion since April, according to the latest numbers posted by the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation.
Irma Insurance Claims Near 866,000 As Pace SlowsThe estimated insured losses from Hurricane Irma topped $6.55 billion so far.
Citizens Property Insurance Claims Expected To Top $1.2 BillionAn estimated $1.23 billion in claims are expected to be filed by Citizens Property Insurance policyholders because of damage from Hurricane Irma, the state-backed insurer announced Wednesday.
Study Links Legalized Pot With Increase In Car Crash ClaimsA new insurance study linked legalized recreational marijuana use to increased car crash claims.
Let's Get WELLfluent: Don't Let The U In Unprepared Be YOUThough most hospital visits are unexpected, you can prepare for those that aren't. But how?
State House Approves "PIP" RepealThe Florida House has overwhelmingly approved a proposal that would repeal the state's longstanding "no fault" auto insurance system.
Lawmakers Move Forward With No-Fault RepealLawmakers have put the pedal to the metal as repeal efforts to Florida's no-fault auto insurance system are moving in the House and Senate.
Supreme Court Backs Insurer On 'PIP' Medical FeesA divided Florida Supreme Court sided with Allstate Insurance Company in a dispute about fees paid to care for auto-accident victims.
Debate Heats Up Over Property Insurance ClaimsLawmakers have begun grappling with a controversial debate that includes homeowners, contractors, insurance companies and trial lawyers.
Lawmaker Wants To Ditch "PIP" Insurance CoverageA Senate Republican has filed a proposal that would repeal the state's no-fault auto insurance laws.
Matthew Claims Start Rolling In To Citizens Property InsuranceCitizens Property Insurance policyholders have filed more than 1,100 claims regarding Hurricane Matthew as of Monday and more claims are expected.
Florida Insurers Seek Large Hikes For Long-Term CarePremiums are expected to rise by a lot for thousands of Floridians who have insurance to cover the cost of staying in a nursing home or assisted living facility.