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When an officer pulls over a driver in Florida, there will be no more riffling through the glove compartment for the current copy of an insurance card. Florida drivers will now have the option to give proof of their...
It’s hard to believe a new year is already here and with each passing year, life brings its changes. It is crucial to have an insurance policy that reflects your current lifestyle and needs. “Insurance policies should be reviewed...
Sinkholes are part of the Florida landscape. The Florida peninsula is made up of limestone, a porous carbonate rock that stores and helps move groundwater. Soil sits on top of the limestone and over time, groundwater erodes the limestone,...
The holidays are a festive and joyful time of the year and we at GreatFlorida Insurance want to ensure you and your family enjoy a safe holiday season. Along with the celebration can come potentially hazardous situations. According to the...
Determining who is responsible to pay damages in an auto accident varies from state to state. “Currently, the Florida No-Fault law requires the owner of a motor vehicle to carry PIP, (personal injury protection), penalties are imposed for failing to...
It has been one year since Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc in the Northeast and many homeowners along coastal areas in the U.S. are now facing substantial increases in their flood insurance premiums. Lawmakers sought to reform the National Flood Insurance...
GreatFlorida Insurance is launching their health insurance coverage adding to the existing auto, homeowners, renters, boat, business, motorcycle an umbrella coverage they currently provide Stuart, Florida-With health care reform taking place January 1, 2014, many individuals and families are seeking...
With a history of accolades and an ever-growing commitment to its agencies and customers in Florida, GreatFlorida Insurance was named the #1 Insurance Agency in Florida by Success Magazine. GreatFlorida Insurance - Florida's Insurance Agency - Homeowners, Auto, Boat, Commercial...
Earlier this year, Governor Charlie Crist vetoed a bill (SB 2044) that would have been the beginning of a potential fix for Florida’s property insurance debacle. However, the state will be ringing in the New Year with a new governor, which many believe will breathe new life into bills aimed at protecting insurance agencies and consumers.
On December 9, Citizens Property Insurance, Corp. released its official “Inspection & Outreach Program Update.” The inspection program, which launched earlier this year, has been gaining increased attention amid an already heated Florida property insurance debate.