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Membership is open to all Floridians impacted by Florida insurance public policy-from insurance company CEOs to consumer activists. Free memberships are available to consumers, policy holders, and associations. Industry stakeholders are encouraged to become paid members. Paid membership and contributions support FAIR's educational efforts and also provide limited membership benefits such as our industry locator service. For more information about membership in FAIR please visit our Join page.

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FAIR is a non-partisan, non-profit educational organization that works to educate Florida consumers and insurance industry stake-holders about the effects of insurance public policy. Unlike other organizations that represent specific constituencies, FAIR works with all constituencies to facilitate ongoing dialogue and transparent communications. FAIR believes that there is a solution to every insurance problem that both promotes a robust insurance market and also protects consumers and policy holders.




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FAIR Honors Locke Burt’s Leadership in Developing Solutions that Improve Florida’s Home Insurance Market

Posted on Tuesday September 23, 2014

Consumer Advocacy Group Presents Security First Insurance Chairman and President with Lifetime Achievement Award  Tampa, Fla. (September 17, 2014) – The looming and ever-present potential for catastrophic weather. A challenging regulatory environment. Premium affordability. These challenges, in addition to a diverse and vocal group of constituencies, have caused Florida to become one of the most volatile …

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Weiss Ratings Critical of Florida Property Insurance Market Discredited

Posted on Tuesday September 23, 2014

A recent article from Reuters reported that Florida’s property insurance market may be an “accident waiting to happen.” An unbiased and balanced assessment of the market proves that this is simply untrue. The Florida property insurance market as a whole is strong, well regulated, and fully capable of paying claims when disaster strikes. The Reuters …

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Lloyds of London subsidiary pulls out of Tampa Bay flood insurance marketplace, but that’s OK

Posted on Friday August 15, 2014

A subsidiary of one of the world’s largest private insurance companies, The Flood Insurance Agency, will no longer be writing flood insurance policies in several Tampa Bay area counties including Pinellas. That’s OK though, according to a local insurance guru. “One division of Lloyds of London doesn’t dictate the entire market,” Jake Holehouse of Holehouse …

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Please post your comments on credit ratings affecting insurance rates.

Posted on Friday August 15, 2014

People with poor credit scores in some states pay nearly twice for homeowner’s insurance. Poor credit can result from illness, job loss, and other factors. Is it fair that they should have to pay higher premiums because of bad luck? Please sound off on this un-FAIR treatment insurance companies use!!! Click the link to Post …

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