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Lloyds of London subsidiary pulls out of Tampa Bay flood insurance marketplace, but that’s OK

Posted on Friday August 15, 2014

A subsidiary of one of the world’s largest private insurance companies, The Flood Insurance Agency, will no longer be writing flood insurance policies in several Tampa Bay area counties including Pinellas. That’s OK though, according to a local insurance guru. “One division of Lloyds of London doesn’t dictate the entire market,” Jake Holehouse of Holehouse …

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Please post your comments on credit ratings affecting insurance rates.

Posted on Friday August 15, 2014

People with poor credit scores in some states pay nearly twice for homeowner’s insurance. Poor credit can result from illness, job loss, and other factors. Is it fair that they should have to pay higher premiums because of bad luck? Please sound off on this un-FAIR treatment insurance companies use!!! Click the link to Post …

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The 5 most common homeowners insurance shortcomings

Posted on Tuesday August 12, 2014

  August 12, 2014 PropertyCasualty360.com The 5 most common homeowners insurance shortcomings: Are your clients covered? By Tim Sprinkle, PropertyCasualty360.com The ‘good’ news? If you’re underinsured you’re far from alone.…Read more Connect with Us Advertise | Subscribe: eNewsletters · Magazines © 2014 PropertyCasualty360.com All rights reserved. Privacy Policy Did a friend send you this? Click …

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Consumer Advocate Defends Citizens Property Insurance

Posted on Monday August 04, 2014

The recent Palm Beach Post article critical of Citizens Property Insurance Corporation’s alleged lavish travel junkets to buy reinsurance was unbalanced, unfair, and frankly over-the-top. My defense of Citizens may seem unlikely to some.  During my tenure with FAIR, our members have filed not one, but two, class action lawsuits against Citizen’s practices which we …

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