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Files 72.9% Rate Increase, Florida CFO Gallagher’s Releases ‘Shock’ Miami Public Adjuster, Florida Workers’ Compensation Market Remains Competitive: Report, For Boat Owners and the Agents Who Write Them, Location and Experience Matter, Foremost ‘Surprised’ by $230K Conn. Fine, Foremost Expands Dwelling Fire Program in Kansas, Foremost Extends Premium Deadlines for New Mexico Fire Victims, Foremost Group Introduces New Family Boaters, Personal Watercraft Programs, Foremost Insurance Accepting Up To 40-Foot Boats in Nevada, Foremost Insurance Co. 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