42K Louisiana home insurance policyholders were dropped last Friday

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The State Insurance Commissioner is scrambling to address the growing coverage crisis. Last Friday, a staggering 42,000 Louisiana home insurance customers learned that their policies were not going to be renewing and that they had 60 days to find a new policy to ensure uninterrupted coverage. This figure only adds to an already growing number of policyholders dropped by their insurers. According to Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon, there have been six home insurance companies that have completely withdrawn from the state and there are another fifty that have ceased…

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9 Florida insurance companies selling homeowners’ coverage in liquidation

Florida insurance companies - Hurricane Season

Insurers selling home policies are dropping like flies as hurricane season rapidly approaches. Atlantic hurricane season is rapidly approaching, but homeowners are struggling to find Florida insurance companies to sell them affordable coverage. Premiums have been taking off, but despite the higher expense, policyholders are offered fewer protections. Florida insurance companies are facing a crisis as they attempt to survive in the state’s homeowners’ market. The situation is looking increasingly dire for property owners who are attempting to ensure that they have the coverage they need as the hurricane season…

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Insurance companies want Marshall fire victims in Colorado to contact them now

Insurance companies - Fire in Colorado

The insurers recommend that evacuees call them right away for support with living expenses. Approximately 30,00 people have been evacuated due to the Marshall fire in Boulder County, Colorado, and insurance companies are recommending that they contact them as soon as they can to obtain available support. Around one thousand homes are believed to have been lost as a result of the massive blaze. Though the final tally of affected homes or even of evacuees has yet to be counted, the fast-moving Marshall fire has forced thousands out of their…

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Hurricane Ida moratorium on homeowners’ insurance cancellations comes to an end

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Insurers can now choose cancellation or non-renewal for coverage in southeast Louisiana. This week, homeowners’ insurance companies can choose to cancel or non-renew coverage for policyholders in southeast Louisiana, after Hurricane Ida protections expired on Sunday. The state insurance regulator chose not to extend the emergency protections put into place before Ida. Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon invoked Emergency Rule 47 on August 26. It stopped homeowners’ insurance companies from being able to cease or interrupt coverage, even in the case of premium non-payment. This protection applied to policyholders living…

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Central Pacific Hurricane Season has started, so it’s policy review time

Central Pacific Hurricane Season - Approaching storm

Insurance companies in Hawaii are reminding homeowners to ensure they’re covered. The Central Pacific Hurricane Season has begun, and Hawaii insurers are reminding homeowners to make sure they have adequate insurance coverage. The state insurance commissioner has also reminded owners and renters to review their policies. Reviewing a policy at least once per year to ensure that coverages and exclusions are appropriate for covering a homeowners property and possessions is highly recommended. Hawaii Insurance Commissioner Colin Hayashida has reminded state residents of the importance of this annual practice, particularly as…

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