A state senator is calling for another special legislative session to deal with Florida’s property insurance problem.
Florida’s insurance market was already in crisis before Hurricane Ian and now the state faces billions of dollars in damage.
Six insurance companies have left the state this year alone and more than two dozen others are being watched because of insolvency concerns.
Now with Ian, many believe more insurers could be leaving the state. Meanwhile Citizens, Florida’s state-backed insurer of last resort, now has just under 1.1 million
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