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Fla. largest insurer approves 7 percent rate increase

June 27, 2013 – 00:00

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The largest insurer in Florida approves 7 percent rate increase for next year
the largest property insurer in Florida approved a new series of rate increases that could affect more than one million policyholders.

The Council for Citizens Property Insurance Corp. voted Wednesday to raise rates by a statewide average of 7 percent next year, adding $ 178 million in new insurance costs for the insured.

Many customers face higher increases because they use people to only cover damage caused by the storm. For example, tens of thousands of homeowners in coastal counties such as Broward, Collier, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Escambia and could face an increase of 10.7 percent. This would result in an increase in the average premium of as much as $ 300 or $ 400 per year.

Other customers of citizens who have full coverage owners could see their rates increase by a small percentage, if state regulators approve the increases. Some homeowners in Sarasota, Santa Rosa and Walton counties can not see their rates increase by 5 to 6 per cent.

The overall increase in statewide rate increase does not reflect the Council approved for the coverage gap, which is not subject to cap an 10 per cent of the state. Staff people had recommended an increase of 27.3 percent for insured sinkholes, but the Board of Directors approved an increase slightly below by voting to eliminate the rates in the three most affected counties to cushion the impact. Insured in Pasco and Hernando counties pay 20 percent of the increase, while the owners of Hillsborough County will pay half of the rate increase.

Citizens is the insurer of last resort in the state and it covers many homes and properties as traditional insurers do not cover. But because of the rate cap, Citizens said it does not pay as much as he really needed to cover potential claims.

Wednesday, some legislators have joined with the Chief Financial Officer of Florida, Jeff Atwater and Insurance Consumer Advocate Robin Smith Westcott, asking the citizens' commission to examine the financial difficulties of rate increases could impose to many homeowners. State Rep. Frank Artiles, R-Miami, asked the Council to limit the rise, especially in South Florida.

"We are really bad in the Miami-Dade County, " he said. "We think it is more than anyone. "

Council members acknowledged the potential difficulties, but repeatedly referred to their legislative mandate to stabilize the state insurer. Increases, they said, are part of a strategy to customers on a "glide path" to actuarially sound premiums.

Gov. Rick Scott and others have pushed to reduce the size of citizens' fears that he could not manage his losses after a big storm. But some movements to reduce the risk of the state were fired.

The Citizens' Council recently approved a $ 52 million to spend 60, 000 subscribers to a young company that has contributed $ 110, 000 to a political committee controlled by Scott. Heritage property and casualty insurance are paid to assume all claims associated with policies dating back to January. But since the company has the choice of the policy he wants, provided the insurer could skim that have no pending requests.

However, responsible citizens, said Wednesday that such agreements, so-called "take-outs, " helped reduce the responsibility of the State and make rates more competitive private market for consumers.


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