Insurance Journal Southeast Magazine: 2001
- 30 Years Ago Hurricane Andrew Upended Florida, But Current Storm of Litigation May Be Almost as Costly
- UPC Gives up the Ghost: Now in Orderly Run-Off, But More Trouble Soon?
- Weston Insurance Becomes Fifth Insolvent Florida Insurer This Year
- Citizens Tops 1 Million Policies, Making it Largest in State by a Third
- Florida Claims Litigation Dropped in July, but AOB Share Continues to Rise
- Catch 2022: Law Requires Florida Insurers to Report Plaintiff Legal Fees, But How?
- With State Requiring Return of Unearned Commissions on Broke Carriers, Agents Have to Be Careful
- Selling the Agency? Tampa Agent Has a Book for That
- FIGA to Extend Assessment on Policies to Fund Southern Fidelity, Weston Insolvencies
- NCCI Recommends 8.4% Cut in Florida Workers’ Comp Rates for 2023
- Sting Operations Bust 21 Unlicensed Contractors Without Workers’ Comp Insurance
- As Hurricane Season Heats Up, Don’t Forget About Insuring the Artwork (If Coverage Can be Found)
- Appeals Court Can’t Block Lower Court Action, Florida Supreme Court Says in Insurance Claim Mediation Case
- From RMS: Can the Florida Market Withstand Another Hurricane Andrew, with $100 Billion in Losses?
January 2023 issues will be published soon.