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Stacking Insurance Policies in an Accident Claim

The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles (“DMV”) provides guidelines to coverage limits of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (“UM/UIM”) policies. Drivers owning more than one vehicle and responsible for purchase of multiple policies can sometimes benefit from additional UM/UIM insurance coverage in the case of an accident. Stacking insurance coverage can increase the level of UM/UIM policy compensation in the case of […]

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Check the Fine Print: Recent Florida Court Rejection of Insured Appeals

The recent Florida appellate court decision to deny a request for discovery of an insurer’s claim files in a dispute over compensation of an insured’s policy offers insurance consumers insight into judicial thinking about the specificity law in respect those claims (Homeowners Choice Property and Casualty Ins. Co. v. Avila, No. 3D17-465 (Fla. Ct.App. April

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Insurance Companies

These 13 Insurance Companies Owe Floridians $60 million

Thirteen health care insurance companies owe $60 million in rebates to 821,814 Florida residents. More than 40 percent of the total is owed by Florida Blue, which operates Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and Health Options, according to a report from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. FL-LEGAL INSURANCE LAW FAQ |

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