Florida Justices Rule on Hurricane Insurance Issues

By BILL KACZOR | June 4, 2012

  • June 4, 2012 at 3:29 pm
    Chris says:
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    Considering that any warning contained in the policy would not be supplied until after the policy was issued, and thus, presumably, the amount of the windstorm deductible was already set during the application/binding process, I’m having a hard time understanding why this wasn’t the agent’s omission, or maybe the risk management consultant’s. On top of the ridiculousness of a technical violation of the font size and use of the term “windstorm” (more accurate and reflective of the policy terms) instead of “hurricane”.

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