Tag: AOB abuse
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Guest AuthorMarch 16, 2018

Florida lawmakers adjourned last week without taking action—for the second session in a row—on two issues that threaten Florida communities: distracted driving and assignment of benefits (AOB) abuse. Two issues that, without action, continue to hurt Florida motorists and Florida homeowners. Vehicle crashes and fatalities are rising sharply nationwide and in Florida. The National Safety […]

News Service Of FloridaJanuary 26, 2018

Insurance agents took to the streets this week sporting stickers stating “Stop AOB Abuse,” an issue that’s probably not front-and-center for most Floridians but is a hot-button item this session. In a brief morning march from the DoubleTree Hotel to the Capitol, members of the “Consumer Protection Coalition” – spearheaded by the Florida Chamber of […]

Michael MolineNovember 14, 2017

House assignment of benefits (AOB) legislation cleared its sole committee Tuesday and appears headed to the floor, despite reservations about its limits on attorney fees and lack of language directly sanctioning insurance fraud. Judiciary Committee members also expressed skepticism about insurers pressing policyholders to accept their preferred vendors before approving the bill (PCB JDC 18-01) […]


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