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LMA Newsletter February 6, 2023

If your driver’s license says Florida, you need flood insurance | Florida’s Affordable Housing Challenge | Citizens Takeouts Resume | More Disaster Relief on the Way | Bill Watch | New Highway Projects, Sooner? | More Medical Marijuana Operators Coming | The old days… A Trip to Stuckey's

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In our day-to-day efforts to stay informed and current on all events impacting Florida’s marketplace, we search for quality information for our clients. We hope you find our ongoing Newsletter and Reference Libraries helpful, along with the following Resources below:

LMA NEWSLETTTER LIBRARY

Since 2012, readers of the LMA Newsletter have received timely information and insights about Florida’s insurance marketplace. Published weekly during legislative sessions and bi-weekly the rest of the year, the newsletter focuses on current insurance and related issues impacting real estate and emergency management interests. There are also stories of encouragement for those who work in this industry notwithstanding its challenges and “pearls” of information that will help readers raise the bar. During session, the newsletter provides tracking, analysis and insight on bills and broader issues being considered by the legislature of impact to insurance and related interests. The stories are searchable by going to the LMA Newsletter Archive and using the search window at the top of the right column.

LISA'S BLOG

Florida’s Floody Mess: Who pays?

The big issue we can argue is what we don’t know about Hurricanes Ian and Nicole.  How many residents and businesses had flood damage (which is not covered by most homeowners policies) and didn’t have flood insurance?  And how many …

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HURRICANE UPDATES

Hurricane Nicole Providing a Devastating Lesson in Storm Surge

November 10, PM Update – We’ve seen the wind’s destruction in past Florida hurricanes.  Hurricane Nicole today provided a unique opportunity to see similar destruction from direct storm surge and the resulting erosion.  This double-whammy is reshaping the Volusia County …

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PRESS RELEASES

Lisa Miller on Hurricane Ian Insurance Claims

TALLAHASSEE September 26, 2022 Former Florida Deputy Insurance Commissioner Lisa Miller offers the following tips on property insurance claims resulting from the hurricane. Ms. Miller, a disaster insurance and recovery expert, stresses the importance of staying safe prior to …

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Hurricane Ian Insurance Claims Tips

Former Florida Deputy Insurance Commissioner Lisa Miller offers the following tips on property insurance claims resulting from Hurricane Ian.  Ms. Miller, a disaster insurance and recovery expert, stresses the importance of staying safe prior to and during the storm, how …