Triple-I: Insurance Village Opened Today in Southwest Florida


For immediate release
Florida Press Office: Mark Friedlander, 904-806-7813,  


ST. JOHNS, Fla., Oct. 4, 2022—Florida’s Department of Financial Services (DFS) and Citizens Property Insurance Corporation today established an Insurance Village to assist Floridians impacted by Hurricane Ian, according to the Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I).


The Florida venue is at the following location:


  • Port Charlotte (Charlotte County): Port Charlotte Town Center Parking Lot, 1441 Tamiami Trail


The site will remain open daily between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.  More than 20 national and regional insurers are expected to send representatives to the Port Charlotte location for what DFS is billing as an Initial Payment Center.


Triple-I also has experts who can discuss hurricane-related autohomeownersrenters, and business insurance coverage issues while also providing claims-filing tips.  




Triple-I Issues Briefs: 
Florida’s Homeowners Insurance Crisis (August 2022)
Hurricanes: State of the Risk (June 2022)


Consumer Information:
Catastrophes: Insurance Issues
Settling Insurance Claims After a Disaster
Spotlight on Flood Insurance
Facts About Flood Insurance
Recovering from a Flood


What are Hurricane Deductibles?


Triple-I’s Resilience Accelerator

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