Each year, FAIA devellops succint summaries of insurance-related issues ("300 Worders") to help lawmakers, the media, and the public better understand often-complicated insurance topics.

Post Legislative Session, FAIA produces line-by-line summaries analyzing legislation and how it will affect the insurance industry. 

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Until rules of the road are in place for ride-sharing services, the personal and financial safety of consumers, passengers, and drivers is at risk.

Staged accidents and other fraudulent activities, coupled with high attorney involvement in a supposedly no-fault system, continue to drive up the cost of personal injury protection (PIP) insurance to a level at which those Floridians who most need it can hardly afford it

Unless a legislative remedy is found, Florida’s workers’ compensation rates could return to pre-2003 record highs.

Assignment of Benefits (AOB) abuse is driving up the cost of property insurance premiums in Florida.

The law requiring a diligent effort form for exportation of commercial residential risks (condominiums) to the surplus lines market does not align with marketplace realities and creates traps for agents.