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  • State economy improving, Gov. Crist tells Panhandle audience

    PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) -- Gov. Charlie Crist told Panhandle residents on Tuesday that Florida's economy appears to be recovering. In a town hall-style meeting, Crist touted legislators' work on the state's $65 billion budget and their work to trim state...
  • Americas Insurance To Underwrite New La Policies

    Americas Insurance To Underwrite New La Policies
    Americas Insurance Co., which took on nearly 1,000 homeowner policies that had been covered by Louisiana's insurer of last resort, said it is entering the voluntary homeowners' market. The company said it expects to underwrite new policies in most...
  • Scott goes after trial lawyers, Sink

     
    By John Kennedy, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Shortly after he was elected, Gov. Charlie Crist set the tone for his term as chief executive by declaring, “lawyers are back,” signaling an end to his predecessor, Gov. Jeb Bush...
  • Citizens plans to rebid home inspection pact

    Citizens Property Insurance Corp. backtracked Monday on a no-bid contract it approved late last year and said it will rebid parts of the pact. Officials from state-backed Citizens told board members that they will allow Inspection Depot in Jacksonville...
  • On his way out, Gov. Charlie Crist likely to leave much unfinished

    On his way out, Gov. Charlie Crist likely to leave much unfinished
    After Charlie Crist became governor in 2007, he launched an aggressive agenda to cut property taxes and insurance rates, reduce Florida's greenhouse emissions, and optimistically proclaimed Florida's "best days are not behind us, but before us." He...
  • La. Citizens Board Delays Assessment Decision

    La. Citizens Board Delays Assessment Decision
    The governing board of Louisiana's state-backed property insurance firm has postponed a decision on whether to change the fee paid by policyholders to pay off debt incurred because of claims from Hurricane Katrina. All property insurance policyholders in...
  • We can't afford another Charley, thanks to Charlie

    Hurricane Charley hit in 2004. Governor Charlie hit in 2007. Between them, Charley and Charlie have redefined the property-insurance market in Florida. Hurricane Charley showed us that no place in Florida was safe from mega-storms. And then Charley...
  • La. Citizens board lowers assessment fee

    La. Citizens board lowers assessment fee
    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The governing board of Louisiana's state-backed property insurance firm on Thursday approved a reduction in a fee imposed on policyholders, money that goes to pay off debt incurred because of Hurricane Katrina claims. All property...
  • Potential Catastrophic Event Looming On Horizon Regarding Citizens Insurance

    Potential Catastrophic Event Looming On Horizon Regarding Citizens Insurance
    Louisiana's state-backed insurance company is facing an expensive legal bill that could get passed on to homeowners. Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp. has until Monday to post a $95 million bond after losing a class-action lawsuit that said the...
  • Louisiana Citizens Faces $95 Million Bill

    Louisiana Citizens Faces $95 Million Bill
    State Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon has called a news conference to discuss a very large legal bill. Louisiana's state-backed insurance company has until Monday to post a $95 million bond after losing a class-action lawsuit that said the company...
  • Citizens adds employees as number of policies drops

    Citizens adds employees as number of policies drops
    Citizens Property Insurance Corp., the state-run insurer of last resort, has trimmed more than 26 percent of its customers since late 2007. But the number of employees has grown by 17 percent. "There isn't a company in the state who could sustain...