Tag: Hurricane Catastrophe Fund
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Guest AuthorOctober 21, 2016

Early estimates placed Florida’s total economic damage from Hurricane Matthew in the range of $25-$70 billion. With the weakening of the storm and a track that moved the storm eastward, the estimated damage from the storm dropped significantly, but that should not keep us from acknowledging the real threat Matthew was to Florida. Real estate […]

Phil AmmannJune 16, 2015

As hurricane season gets underway, up-to-the-minute information on Florida’s Hurricane Catastrophe Fund is critical for insurers and policyholders, who face massive damages in the event of a major storm. Fred Karlinsky, one of the top insurance lawyers in the nation, was again tapped to give the legislative update at the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund Annual Participating […]


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