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FLORIDA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION KEY COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS AND EXEMPTION INFORMATION AT-A-GLANCE This document  serves as a general summary of Florida law regarding workers’ compensation exemptions, and is not intended to provide legal advice or insurance coverage advice. READ MORE >>

Florida approves 1.8% workers comp rate cut The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) has approved a 1.8 percent rate decrease for workers’ compensation insurance in Florida. The decrease was filed by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) in a law-only filing res... READ MORE >>

Marijuana as an Accommodation in the Workplace: Clearing the Haze So, you’re a Florida resident and you’ve got a medical marijuana card for your medical condition. Think you’re cool to light up for that medical condition with no repercussions at work? Tread carefully… READ MORE >>

HURRICANE IRMA Claims and Contact Information for Property Insurers in Florida Premier Insurance is ready. We are watching Hurricane Irma, just as we know you are.  Our team is dedicated and ready to respond. READ MORE >>

Hurricane deductibles: How much do homeowners know? Survey finds coastal homeowners don’t know much about hurricane deductibles. JUN 28, 2017 | BY CATERINA PONTORIERO Despite living in areas susceptible to hurricanes, one third of homeowners in several coastal states don't know what hurricane deductibles are and how they work. READ MORE >>

Florida laws outline medical marijuana guidelines Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed into law Friday new regulations for how the state will implement medical marijuana, one year after 71% of voters approved its use.  READ MORE >>

Why It Matters: Your Annual Wellness Visit What’s the best way to reduce your risks for chronic conditions such as heart disease and diabetes, get on track for a healthy weight and have your health questions answered—all in one stop? READ MORE >>

Dear Friends:   As we approach the start of Hurricane Season this weekend, it’s an appropriate time to communicate and share tools and important information for you, your family and business. Having a plan and being prepared will help you immensely J. READ MORE >>

Please share this with anyone who was unfortunate due to the flooding in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties that they can now apply for funding: WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency announced that federal disaster aid has been m... READ MORE >>

Peak Of Hurricane Season Is Here; Has Preparation For Storms Plateaued? Past 7 Storm-Free Years in Florida May Cause Faded Memories and Increase the Odds of Being Unprepared   TAMPA, August 27, 2013 — Late August means the beginning of peak hurricane season. READ MORE >>

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