Trends and Insights: Attacking Florida’s Property/Casualty Risk Crisis


Legislative reforms put in place in 2022 and early 2023 to address legal system abuse and assignment-of-benefits claim fraud in Florida are beginning to help the state’s property/casualty insurance market recover from its crisis of recent years. Insurers also benefited from a relatively mild 2023 Atlantic hurricane season and a meaningful increase in investment income, posting a net profit for the first time in seven years.

Claims-related litigation is down, the “depopulation” of the state’s insurer of last resort continues apace, and underwriting profitability – while still in negative territory – has improved significantly.

But it’s important to remember that the crisis wasn’t created overnight and that it will take time for the reforms and other developments to be reflected in policyholder premiums.

(As of May 8, 2024)

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Addressing Florida’s Property/Casualty Insurance Crisis (2/15/2023)

Florida homeowners’ insurance crisis (8/08/2022)

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