Homeowners Lose as Florida Legislature Allows AOB Lawsuit-For-Profit Scheme to Fester

By William Stander | March 14, 2016

  • March 14, 2016 at 3:08 pm
    K.M. Donovan says:
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    Same old $tuff……Shame on our elected representatives…..Throw the BUMS out!!!!! Wonder why people distrust the government we have.???? Where was our Insurance commissioner?????? Where is our Dept of Insurance Fraud Bureau????? Where is our BAR ASSOCIATION?????????? OH WELL!!!!!!! Here come the $5,000 deductibles on ALL water losses!!!!!!

  • March 15, 2016 at 3:15 pm
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    I am convinced that either they don’t understand the serious nature of the problem and how it will affect the pocket books of Floridians and their insurers, or they simply don’t care. I hope its the former and that they become educated before another year goes by. This problem has been going on for a long time. Additionally, the vendors using the AOB law to solicit for attorneys are, in many cases, engaging in the unlicensed practice of public adjusting (UPPA). That is a 3rd degree felony in Florida and is also criminal in many states. States need to crack down on UPPA as a matter of good public policy.

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