Here’s why property insurance premiums could be going up in Florida and in Central Florida


Three major hurricanes caused about $80 billion in insured losses nationwide for property and casualty insurers in 2017, but in Florida, legal maneuvers are as much a factor as weather in driving up pricing on homeowners’ insurance policies, a new report says.

“Pricing on homeowners property risks in Florida continue to increase, but not as a direct result of catastrophe loss activity,” according to the report from Fitch Ratings. “Accusations of fraud and abuse of assignment of benefits…

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