Senator Garrett Richter speaking on the Legislative Panel during the Florida Chamber's 6th Annual Insurance Summit in Orlando.
Senator Garrett Richter speaking on the Legislative Panel during the Florida Chamber's 6th Annual Insurance Summit in Orlando.

Insurance Reform and Competition

Creating a competitive and stable insurance market will help consumers find the best options at the best rates. We must continue initiatives like reducing the size and exposure of Citizens Property Insurance, reforming Florida’s Catastrophe Fund, spreading risk, reducing fraud claims and allowing for creative solutions for the issues homeowners and businesses face.



The latest updates on insurance in Florida

Button_UpdateHurricane_108-75Just in Time for Hurricane Season:
Property Insurance Catastrophe Fund is in Good Fiscal Condition
Button_UpdateCabinet_CATFund2015_108x75Florida Chamber-Backed Property
Insurance Reform Approved
Authority to pursue transferring up to $2.2 billion in storm risk to global financial markets in an effort to prevent Floridians from paying future hurricane taxes.
Button_UpdateCapitol_108x75Florida Chamber-Backed Bills Save Floridians Money
and Improve Florida’s Insurance and Legal Climates
Button_OnePager1Pager_Insurance_2015_108x75Property Insurance Reform
Creating Competitive and Stable Insurance Market
Button_NEWS-RELEASEInsuranceSummit_Atwater_108x75Statewide Leaders Dive into Leading Insurance Issues
at the Florida Chamber’s insurance Summit

Date: January 27, 2015
Button_EVENTLogo_InsuranceSummit2015 Insurance Summit
Date: January 26 – 28, 2015
Button_ARTICLERepDavidSantiago_108x75Home Repair Insurance Claim Fraud Hammering Florida
Author: Representative David Santiago
Date: January 23, 2015
Button_PODCASTVideo_RepJohnWood_108-75Florida Chamber Series on Free Enterprise: Rep. John Wood
Florida Chamber Distinguished Advocate Answers Tough Insurance Questions
Button_VIDEOBL_Carlson_108x75Smart Property Insurance Reforms Equal Consumer Savings
Guest: Michael Carlson, Executive Director
Personal Insurance Federation of Florida (PIFF)
Date: January 8, 2015
Button_NEWS-RELEASEHurricane_108-75Elimination of Hurricane Tax Assessments
Means More Money in the Pockets of Floridians

Date: December 22, 2014



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