Florida Hurricane Insurance Rising Despite Strong Relief Fund

FLORIDA – Tallahassee has rebuilt their hurricane relief fund to $17 billion but that hasn’t stopped insurance companies from raising premiums.

Insurance companies will not lower premiums on their own and no Florida lawmaker with any standing has gone to bat for Floridians. This seems like just the issue that State Senator Jeff Brandes would relish.

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Sen. Brandes lead the charge to reduce and create competition against unaffordable rising flood insurance costs. This makes him the perfect lawmaker take the battle to hurricane insurance. Politically, it also looks good for his future Florida Governor run.  For more click here.

Insurance companies begging for a hurricane to strike Florida so they can collect.

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