State Files Appeal Over State Farm Data

Orlando Sentinel May 22, 2016  TALLAHASSEE — Insurance regulators are preparing for an appeals-court battle with State Farm Florida after a circuit judge blocked the release of information about the company’s property-insurance policies. The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation filed a notice of appeal last week after Leon Circuit Judge James Hankinson prevented the release…

State to Study End of ‘No-Fault’ Auto Insurance

The state plans to undertake a study that would determine what would happen if Florida’s no-fault auto insurance program is scrapped. According to a request for proposals posted by the Office of Insurance Regulation, the study is expected to find “the potential impact to Floridians if the personal injury protection coverage requirements were repealed and…

Insurance Interests “Look Forward” to New Commissioner

Insurance-related concerns reacted with cautious optimism to Friday’s naming of David Altmaier as Florida’s new Insurance Commissioner. “The Personal Insurance Federation of Florida is committed to working with the new commissioner to increase the health and stability of the property and casualty insurance market in Florida,’’ Executive Director Michael Carlson said in a statement. The…

Personal Insurance Federation of Florida Looks Forward to Working with New Insurance Commissioner

Personal Insurance Federation of Florida Looks Forward to Working with New Insurance Commissioner FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (April 29, 2016) – The Personal Insurance Federation of Florida (PIFF) said today it looked forward to working with the state’s newly named insurance commissioner, David Altmaier, to improve personal insurance products for all Floridians. “The Personal…