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Post by Nancy » Thu Sep 22, 2005 8:34 am

Ok, I'm in the same boat as lots of other people here in Florida. I had an AIG insurance policy thru The Insurance Place in S. FL. Now AIG says they won't renew. So I'm out there looking again. Batting zero. So what is this state pool for people that can't find insurance. Can someone please email me info?

David Oxhandler

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Post by David Oxhandler » Thu Sep 22, 2005 6:47 pm

We had the same problem this year at renewal time. Insurance in Florida has
been difficult for pre-Andrew homes during hurricane season. The companies
that took our money for years, had to pay out after last years back to back
to back storms and so have decided that they cant do business in our state

Don't Panic

YES! The state has a pool for folks that are having our problem. You can get
insured but if you don't want to wait till winter when the insurance
companies get hungry again expect to pay a slightly higher premium. Mine
went up over $200. This was very upsetting at first but after some thought
I realized that this was only about $3 a week more than last year. In a
time when gas is at $3 for each gallon the added insurance cost hardly keep
up with that rate of inflation.

Phone Steven Jones Insurance in Lakeland Florida at (800) 853-7095. He has been a great help for me and our customers and park residents.

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