Major Insurance Issues Fail in Florida Legislative Session

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--()--The Florida Legislature ended its 2017 session this week three days late – and without passing most of the major insurance-related bills. These include Assignment of Benefits reform, Workers’ Compensation reform as mandated by the state Supreme Court, and No-Fault Personal Injury Protection automobile insurance reform. What went wrong? Host Lisa Miller, a former Florida deputy insurance commissioner, takes the guest microphone in the latest episode of The Florida Insurance Roundup podcast here to explain what happened, share the backstory on some of the negotiations, and offer her insight on what’s needed to make these policy reforms a reality in next year’s legislative session.

Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode

+ Bill Watch - 2017 Legislative Session Wrap-up

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates, was created to bring Florida residents and seasoned insurance professionals alike the latest developments in Property & Casualty, Healthcare, Workers' Compensation, and Surplus Lines insurance from around the Sunshine State. Subscribe to The Florida Insurance Roundup podcast here.

Contacts

Lisa Miller and Associates
Harvey Bennett, 850-510-7185
Harvey@TeleDirections.com

Release Summary

The Florida Insurance Roundup podcast from Lisa Miller and Associates explains why the Florida Legislature this session failed to pass most of the insurance-related bills and strategy going forward.

Contacts

Lisa Miller and Associates
Harvey Bennett, 850-510-7185
Harvey@TeleDirections.com