Homeowners insurance adjusters win victory in Florida

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Lawmakers repeal fee cap on homeowners insurance adjusters Florida lawmakers have repealed a cap of fees associated with public insurance adjusters this week in what is being considered a major victory for the homeowners insurance sector. The state introduced a 10% cap on these fees in 2008, hoping to placate some of the economic concerns that have been associated with Florida’s homeowners insurance market. The cap was meant to limit the financial risks of the state-run Citizens Property Insurance, which had been battling with homeowners insurance fraud and an epidemic…

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Homeowners insurance claims could take several weeks to process

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Adjusters are backed up from thousands of claims from the superstorm. Because of the destruction all along the Atlantic coast of the country, customers with homeowners insurance claims should expect quite a delay before adjusters will be able to make it to their homes to move the process forward. This is especially true among policyholders who have not experienced damage leaving the home unlivable. This is leaving many homeowners insurance customers unable to proceed with the repairs of their homes. Many hesitate to take any action before the adjuster can…

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