LMA NEWSLETTERS

LMA NEWSLETTER September 10, 2018

Hurricane Florence is Coming; One Word: Trust; A Glimpse at Future Demands for Long-Term Care; Court Backs Insurer in AOB Contract; Sentencing in South Florida PIP Fraud Ring; Hurricane Irma One Year Later; Top 10 Market Conduct Exam Issues; Revising Florida's State Constitution, Amendment 1; Florida Ranks #1 in Growth of Women-Owned Businesses; Share Your Home, Share Your Heart

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LMA NEWSLETTER August 27, 2018

When You Lose, Sometimes You Win!; Florida's Algae Blooms Persist; Florida Foreclosures Making a Comeback; Challenges to Florida's Economy; Constitutional Revision, Amendment 13; Florida Drivers No Longer the Worst in the Nation; Pet Insurance Coming of Age; The Privileges of Democracy

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LMA NEWSLETTER August 13, 2018

Ode to Technology and the Human Spirit; The Worst of Hurricane Season Awaits?; Stuck With the Bill (and Other Irma Updates); Remodeled Homes, Buildings Often Not Insured Properly; Flood Coverage, Post-NFIP Reauthorization; Algae Blooms Impacting Both Florida Coasts; Revising Florida’s State Constitution, Amendment 12; A ‘Set Your Soul on Fire’ Story

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LMA NEWSLETTER July 30, 2018

No More Sofa Sinking!; NFIP Reauthorization Still Pending; Commercial Properties: Mitigate to Reduce Storm Losses; Florida’s Economy Hits the Trillion Dollar Mark; Lack of Skilled Workers Still a Concern Among Florida Businesses; Florida Is Testing Ground for Driverless Auto Insurance; Revising Florida’s State Constitution - Amendment 11; Fearless Pursuits

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LMA NEWSLETTER July 16, 2018

Need Help or Want to Offer Help During a Storm?; States’ Lawmakers Consider Florida’s Model Flood Legislation; FEMA Risk Ratings Changing; Feds Approve Florida’s Post-Irma Housing Relief; Red-Light Cameras Legal in Florida; Smokeable Medical Pot Not Legal for Now; Revising Florida's State Constitution, Amendment 10; Strength Through the Storm

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LMA NEWSLETTER July 2, 2018

Let’s Do Our Swimmingly Best!; Changing the Approach to Solving Florida’s AOB Abuse; Mastermind of Florida “Arson for Hire” Racket Imprisoned; Texas Attorney Pleads to Insurance Fraud; How to Buy Florida Real Estate on the Cheap?; Florida at Highest Risk for Future Tidal Flooding; Revising Florida’s State Constitution - Amendment 9; Balancing Hurricane Protection with Cost

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LMA NEWSLETTER June 18, 2018

Industry Beware: Inside the AOB Epidemic; Orlando Contractor Busted for AOB Fraud in Florida & Texas; National Flood Program Facing Another Expiration; The Flood Coverage Gap & FEMA’s Aspirations; Mitigation: As Cool as Starbucks®; Hurricane Irma Florida Claims Losses Jump $1+ billion in Past Month; Revising Florida’s State Constitution - Amendment 8.

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LMA NEWSLETTER June 4, 2018

Hurricane Season Already Underway as recent storms growing stronger more quickly; Common Sense Ideas for the Cat Fund; The Push by the Plaintiff Bar for Public Insurance Complaints; DOJ to The Florida Bar: Oh no you don't; The Welfare Mom Making Six Figures; and Constitutional Revision - Amendment 7.

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LMA NEWSLETTER May 21, 2018

Average Cost of Workers' Comp Claims Rising in Florida; Model Cybersecurity Law Passed in South Carolina; Court Rules Multiple Assignment of Benefits Okay; Florida's $616 million Spending Plan for post-Irma Recovery; Bondi v. Opioid Drug Companies; Working Together Into Hurricane Season

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LMA NEWSLETTER May 7, 2018

Florida Workers' Comp Rates Reduced Again; High Housing Costs in the Florida Keys Post-Hurricane Irma; Florida Home Sales Down, Prices Up; Sea Level Rise Impacts on Insurance and Real Estate; and Fleeing Florida Faster in Future Hurricanes.

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LMA NEWSLETTER April 23, 2018

Trial Lawyers Stopped from Intruding on Policyholders; Judge Approves Growing Your Own Medical Marijuana; NFIP Restrictions Easing on Homeowners and Agents; Constitution Revision Commission Adds 8 Proposed Amendments to Ballot; and Renewing Vehicle Registration in Florida Just Got Easier.

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LMA NEWSLETTER April 9, 2018

Seven Months After Irma, Florida Counties Still Awaiting Federal Aid; Citizens Property Insurance Reopening a Third of Irma Claims; Insurance Companies Responding to Legislative Inaction on AOB Reform; FEMA to Provide Some NFIP Data to States; and Florida Suing Drug Companies Over Opioids.

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