amerihealth

Tag: office of insurance regulation

Florida Officials React to Ron DeSantis Calling for a Special Session to Deal With...

Florida leaders reacted last week after Gov. Ron DeSantis called for a special session of the Legislature to deal with “property insurance, reinsurance, changes to the Florida Building Code to improve the affordability of...

Ron DeSantis Calls a Special Session in May for the Legislature to Deal With...

This week, Gov. Ron DeSantis called for a special session of the Legislature to “consider legislation related to property insurance, reinsurance, changes to the Florida Building Code to improve the affordability of property insurance,...

Jimmy Patronis Issues Directive Empowering Insurance Consumer Advocate to Hold NICA Accountable

This action directs the Insurance Consumer Advocate to coordinate directly with families participating in the NICA program and advocate on their behalf before the Division of Administrative Hearings. These direct advocacy efforts will aid NICA families as they navigate the claims process.

Florida’s Insurance Consumer Advocate Takes Aim at Contractor Fraud

Insurance fraud costs more than $40 billion annually, which increases the average family’s insurance premiums between $400 and $700 a year. Fraudulent tactics and schemes perpetrated by professionals who are utilizing harmful contracting and unlicensed adjusting practices are resulting in higher insurance premiums for all Floridians.

Florida’s Leaders React to Proposed Budget from Ron DeSantis

Leaders across the Sunshine State weighed in after Gov. Ron DeSantis unveiled his $96.6 budget proposal on Thursday. The governor’s proposal is $4.3 billion more than last year’s budget due mostly to federal funds as the number of Floridians enrolled in Medicaid continues to increase.

Florida Government Freezes Insurance Hikes After Hurricane Michael

Scott and state CFO Jimmy Patronis called on Florida’s insurance companies “to expeditiously respond to policyholders’ needs and to treat families fairly” and insisted the “quick response of insurance companies is critical to the recovery of Florida families following Hurricane Michael.” 
111,614FansLike