The Florida Senate Committee on Banking and Insurance, and the Florida House of Representatives’ Insurance & Banking Subcommittee both meet tomorrow, January 10, 2018.
A Personal Injury Protection/No-Fault insurance repeal bill and a proposal designed to curtail assignment of benefits abuses involving motor vehicle windshield glass top the Senate Committee’s agenda. In the House, a flood insurance disclosure legislation is on the agenda, along with another bill that would address the Unfair Insurance Trade Practices Act by allowing an insurer to condition the sale of insurance on the purchase of motor vehicle services if such services are purchased from a membership organization affiliated with the insurer, and the affiliated membership organization has maintained one million members in Florida continuously since January 1, 2018.
Below is information for each and the highlights of tomorrow’s respective agendas:
Senate Committee on Banking and Insurance
Time: 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (ET)
To view the meeting packet, click here.
To view the meeting agenda, click here.
- SB 150 by Senator Tom Lee relating to Motor Vehicle Insurance
- SB 396 by Senator Dorothy Hukill relating to Motor Vehicle Insurance Coverage for Windshield Glass
- SB 518 by Senator Aaron Bean relating to Motor Vehicle Insurance Coverage Exclusions
- SB 660 by Senator Jeff Brandes relating to Florida Insurance Code Exemption for Nonprofit Religious Organizations
- SPB 7012 by Banking and Insurance relating to Open Government Sunset Review/Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Policyholder Eligibility Clearinghouse
House Insurance & Banking Subcommittee
Time: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
To view the meeting agenda and materials, click here.
- HB 483 relating to Unfair Insurance Trade Practices by State Representative Clay Yarborough
- HB 533 relating to Unfair Insurance Trade Practices by State Representative Bill Hager
- HB 1011 relating to Hurricane Flood Insurance by State Representative Janet Cruz
Should you have any questions or comments, please contact Colodny Fass.