HURRICANE UPDATES

Dorian, We Hardly Knew Ye – Thankfully!

September 4, 2019, AM Update – Dorian is still a Category 2 Hurricane with 105 mph winds, located late this morning 90 miles due east of St. Augustine, moving north/northwestward at a faster speed now of 9 mph.  It is …

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LMA NEWSLETTER

LMA Newsletter August 26, 2019

Location Location Location | Pitfalls in Mitigating Hurricane Risk | 62 Million Residences at Flood Risk | The Courageous Leader | Remembering Hurricane Ivan | Readying for Autonomous Vehicle Insurance | There's a Reasons You Work in Insurance | Doggone Nice

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LISA'S BLOG

Key AOB Reform Effective Immediately

Today is the day Florida’s old Assignment of Benefits (AOB) system ended in a dramatic flourish, and with it, much of the abuse that has left consumers and insurance companies on the hook for unfinished repairs, excessive charges, and a …

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LMA IN THE NEWS

Intersection: Preparing for Hurricane Dorian

August 30, 2019, WMFE-FM, Orlando – “When you are filing an insurance claim, make sure you have all the documentation about your damage.  Take pictures, keep a journal – I recommend a claim journal.  Because remember, when the insurance adjuster …

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PRESS RELEASES

Lisa Miller on Hurricane Michael Insurance Claims

TALLAHASSEE — For those writing today on Hurricane Michael, former Florida Deputy Insurance Commissioner Lisa Miller was interviewed this morning by Tom Flanigan on WFSU-FM, National Public Radio for Florida, just hours before Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida …

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Dorian, We Hardly Knew Ye – Thankfully!

September 4, 2019, AM Update – Dorian is still a Category 2 Hurricane with 105 mph winds, located late this morning 90 miles due east of St. Augustine, moving north/northwestward at a faster speed now of 9 mph.  It is …

Latest Dorian Forecast a Reason Du Jour for Hope

September 3, 2019, AM Update – Hurricane Dorian started taking its northwestward turn away from Florida at the earliest part of the forecast window (this morning instead of later today), so its expected impacts on Florida will be slightly less

Dorian Will Be Late to Florida – Once Again

September 2, 2019, AM Update – Hurricane Dorian (now a Cat-4) is basically stalled out over Grand Bahama Island, moving slowly to the west at 1 mph.  National Hurricane Center forecasters at 11am today expect Dorian to begin a very …