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Post-Hurricane Matthew: Insurance Statutes and Regulations

Property & Casualty Insurance   |   October 12, 2016
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Because Hurricane Matthew claims may be taking you and your colleagues to several different states, we thought it might be helpful to bear in mind the different claims adjusting standards and regulations in those states that were most affected. Below are links to the relevant statutes and regulations in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Please note that the states may issue subsequent bulletins or advisories modifying these standards. Please let us know if you have any questions.

Florida

Florida Division of Consumer Services Hurricane Matthew Information Website

Georgia

Georgia Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Website

North Carolina

North Carolina Department of Insurance Hurricane Claims Information Website

South Carolina

South Carolina Department of Insurance Website

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