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Ex-insurance executive sentenced to 6 months in college admissions scandal

Ex- Insurance executive sentenced to 6 months in college admissions scandal Wednesday, November 13th 2019 CBS News A judge on Wednesday sentenced Toby MacFarlane, a former executive at WFG National Title Insurance Company, to six months in pr...

New report says Hurricane Michael has produced fewer suits than Irma, but average payout is higher

New report says Hurricane Michael has produced fewer suits than Irma, but average payout is higher Thursday, October 31st 2019 By Sarah Downey Florida Record A Florida insurance company reports that litigation following Hurricane Michael is down ...

5 Insurance Coverages Every Homeowner Should Have

5 Insurance Coverages Every Homeowner Should Have Friday, Novemeber 1st 2019 By Brian Wisniewski, Esq. Homeownership is the symbol of the American dream-come-true. Beyond the sense of accomplishment, it confers, owning real estate can build equity...

Florida CFO blames public adjusters, lawyers for Hurricane Michael insurance claim delays

Florida CFO blames public adjusters, lawyers for Hurricane Michael insurance claim delays Tuesday, October 29th 2019 By Lawerence Mower Tampa Bay Times Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis blamed public adjusters and lawyers for Hurrica...

AP Day: Jimmy Patronis gets third degree on insurance claims

AP Day: Jimmy Patronis gets third degree on insurance claims Tuesday, October 29th 2019 By Jim Rosica FLAPOL Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis, who oversees insurance regulation in the state, faced tough questioning Tuesday ov...

City of Jacksonville to host hurricane preparedness event

City of Jacksonville to host hurricane preparedness event Monday, August 12th 2019 By Annette Weston NewsChannel ABC12 JACKSONVILLE, Onslow County — With hurricane season underway, the City of Jacksonville is trying to ensure that thos...

'Nightmare scenario’: 15 years since Florida was beaten, bruised by 4 hurricanes in 6 weeks

'Nightmare scenario’: 15 years since Florida was beaten, bruised by 4 hurricanes in 6 weeks By JOE MARIO PEDERSEN ORLANDO SENTINEL Fifteen years ago this morning, most Central Floridians were waking up in a daze. The reason: Hurricane Charle...

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