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  • Citizens Property Insurance executive pay examined

    Citizens Property Insurance Corp. Executive Director Scott Wallace was one of Florida's top-paid government employees last year and 48 other Citizens employees earned more than $100,000, a Sun Sentinel analysis shows. Federal labor statistics indicate...
  • State Farm stays in Florida, but we all could pay more

    State Farm won't pull out of Florida after all. But homeowners shouldn't rejoice just yet. The insurance giant will raise residential-property premiums by 14.8 percent. Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty said Wednesday that an agreement...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Citizens Insurance Raises Rate To 7 Percent

    Citizens Insurance Raises Rate To 7 Percent
    The board of Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp. has decided to increase rates for its homeowner policies. Citizens originally proposed a 10 percent increase last year but after further review by the state Department of Insurance, the suggested...
  • A second blow

    Although the hurricanes of 2004 and 2005 are but a fading memory, Citizens Property Insurance Corp. still has almost 2,000 unresolved homeowner damage claims in Florida. And in the past two years, the state-backed property insurer has logged 2,422...
  • Analysts say losses may rise to multibillion-dollar level

    Less than 24 hours after Hurricane Jeanne hit Florida, insurance companies already were predicting losses in the billions of dollars from the state's fourth major storm this season. The first three hurricanes -- Charley, Frances and Ivan -- caused as...