What to Expect from Florida’s AOB Reform Law Taking Effect July 1

By | June 18, 2019

  • June 18, 2019 at 1:39 pm
    Jax Agent says:
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    I’d say that I love this probably as much as the shady lawyers and contractors hate it. Now, the insurance industry needs to pool their resources and persecute (yes, that’s the word I wanted to use) those who have been the worse offenders of this failed experiment.
    The worst part is that AOB could have been good had the unwashed not looked for a way to exploit it.

  • June 20, 2019 at 11:14 pm
    Sniffn it out says:
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    Just like a lot of legislation that people don’t fully understand. So who believes that insurance is to be trusted? Insurance wants your monthly premiums but when it comes time to pay a claim, they are not always so eager. A lot of them drag it out as long as they can or flat out deny the claim. They have painted the contractor as the bad guy here. The truth of the matter is that the insurance low balls and underpays at best. They often deny claims if a contractor is not involved. The contractor makes them pay more and they dont like it. This is not the best rule for the consumer, it’s just been falsely painted that way. The Governor should not have signed this bill unless he wants to screw the consumer and help the big money insurance companies.

  • December 4, 2019 at 5:01 am
    Harold Price says:
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    “We have a whole team looking at what’s next because Florida is a whack-a-mole state … we know that attorneys are already working on how they can circumvent the new legislation,” said Gilway.

    We need to koeep our eyes and ears open, we’ll never know what these people are planning to do.

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