July 20, 2017, Intelligent Insurer – The number of companies writing flood insurance in Florida has doubled from 10 to 20 firms in the past year, mainly thanks to the use of new technology to better predict and price flood risk, according to a report by Lisa Miller & Associates.
New technology is making structures more resilient than ever to …
April 14, 2017, WMFE-FM Orlando – “There is a resounding cry to ‘Dump PIP’ at the Capitol and start with a fresh slate,” says Lisa Miller, former Deputy Insurance Commissioner. “The debate is spirited, and the sticking point is rates. While the PIP system may be broken, what will happen to rates if we make this change? Will it reduce …
December 30, 2016, Orlando Sentinel – “Although the problem began in South Florida, it’s moving to Tampa and Orlando, said Lisa Miller, a Tallahassee lobbyist for several private carriers. “All policyholders are paying for the actions of a few who are cheating the system and costing all of us higher premiums,” Miller said. “We have to get a handle on …
Red Cross Faces Disaster Deficit December 23, 2016, WCTV-TV – “As an insurance company helping our policyholders, we saw the Red Cross everywhere. So it just made sense for us to support what they’re trying to do, “ said American Integrity Insurance Company spokeswoman Lisa Miller.
Lisa Miller on Personal Injury Protection reform challenges before the legislature Capitol News Service …
The respite from rapidly rising insurance rates is ending for Florida homeowners.
State regulators approved an average 19 percent statewide increase for Federated National Insurance.
The insurer, a subsidiary of 21st Century Holdings in Lauderdale Lakes, has 30,889 policies in Florida.
Northern Capital Group was approved for a 10 percent hike on the policies it has taken out of Citizens …
Monday July 15, 2013
Rain Stopped Tallahassee’s Fireworks Display, but not the Fireworks within the Insurance Industry
We hope each of you had an enjoyable 4th of July holiday and celebrated the birth of our nation with gratitude for the many blessings that come from living in a great country and being able to spend wonderful times with friends and …
Posted: 04/12/2013 By: Evan Axelbank
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Hurricane Wilma destroyed a lot of homes in 2005.
Lawmakers say that state-run Citizens insurance may not have enough money in its account if another storm hits hard.
That’s why some say new homeowners should pay more.
Carlton Dobbs lives in an area insurance companies consider high-risk: in West … Day to shine for the 25 Women You Need to Know
Written by Karl Etters Democrat staff writer
Apr. 08tallahassee.com2013 nominees, Berneice Cox, left, and Opal McKinney Williams during Monday’s reception.
The 2013 25 Women You Need to Know
Barbara Barnes – educator, president of CSIE Consulting.
Samantha Boge – attorney, owner of Boge Arbitration & Mediation Inc.
… South Florida insurance claims mount in Isaac’s wakeLauderhill home-owner Irvin Rosenfeld had two bedrooms damaged by flood… (Sun Sentinel/Robert Duyos )August 30, 2012|By Paul Owers, Sun Sentinel
Even tropical storms leave their mark.
South Florida was spared a hurricane, but the fringes of Isaac soaked the area and left behind leaky roofs, floodedhomes and, in a few …