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Understanding insurance options before setting sail

Mon May 8th, 2017 on     Insurance Claims,    

One of the primary advantages of living in Florida, apart from the countless sunny days, lush greenery and ecological diversity, is the seemingly endless water access. Indeed, those looking to swim, kayak or take a boat out on the water can pick from any spot along the miles of sandy coastline, or spend their time out on one of the state’s many rivers or lakes.

Given this reality, you’ll find that many people in the Sunshine State have everything from canoes and sail boats to powerboats and jet skis parked in their driveways or down at the local marina.

Florida-based insurance class action lawsuit settles for $39M

Mon May 1st, 2017 on     Insurance Claims,    

Anyone who has ever been involved in what proves to be a relatively minor car accident knows that one of the biggest headaches from the entire ordeal comes from the damage to their vehicle.

Indeed, the headache rapidly reaches migraine proportions if their vehicle, which was otherwise in good working order, was totaled, such that they’re left looking for a new means of suitable transportation.

Insurance concerns from Hurricanes Hermine, Matthew linger

Mon Dec 12th, 2016 on     Insurance Claims,    

At this time of the year, most people are focused on preparations, gatherings and all things holiday-related. Indeed, it’s probably safe to say that the last thing on the minds of many Floridians are the two major hurricanes that hit the state this past fall — Hurricane Hermine in September and Hurricane Matthew in October.

Update: Firm completes study on elimination of PIP insurance

Tue Sep 20th, 2016 on     Insurance Claims,    

Back in May, our blog discussed how officials here in Florida had commissioned a $125,000 study to examine the economic impact, if any, of repealing the state’s embattled Personal Injury Protection System, a move that came about after efforts by lawmakers to reform the state’s no-fault insurance system and, by extension, curb rising auto insurance premiums, failed to produce the desired results.

Insurance concerns don’t end when kids go off to college

Thu Aug 11th, 2016 on     Insurance Claims,    

In just a few weeks, parents across the state of Florida will find themselves hit by a whirlwind of conflicting emotions as they drop their children off for the start of their freshman year of college. Indeed, they might feel everything from great pride for their child’s achievement and sadness at them leaving home to anxiety about the future and excitement about finally having an empty nest.

The ABCs of E&O insurance

Thu Jun 9th, 2016 on     Insurance Claims,    

In a series of ongoing posts, our blog discussed how important it is for prospective business owners to consider the degree to which they need to insulate themselves from financial loss and how valuable a commercial general liability insurance policy can be in this regard.

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