Business groups in Florida, emboldened by recent overhauls of the property insurance market, will seek to curb litigation in other areas areas during the upcoming legislative session in March and April. Businesses are now proposing a series of ideas for reducing lawsuits and legal damages in other areas such as medical malpractice, workers’ compensation insurance, and bad faith cases against insurers. Recent changes by the legislature eliminated “one-way” attorney fees and prevent “assignment of benefits,” both of which were blamed for the state’s failing property insurance market. TTODOS
AHASSEE — After property insurers got long-sought legal changes in a December special
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