New Property Claims Litigation Data Call and Template

Government Law & Consulting   |   Property and Casualty Insurance   |   February 11, 2022

The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) announced that it will host a rules workshop for public comments regarding its development of a rule to implement Ch. 2021-77, Laws of Florida. As a result of the passage of SB 76 during the 2021 legislative session, codified as section 624.424(11), Florida Statutes, each authorized insurer issuing personal lines or commercial lines residential property insurance policies must report to the OIR, for specified lines of insurance, an annual Florida Property Claims Litigation data call on a form prescribed by the Financial Services Commission detailing closed claim experience.

Carlton Fields’ property and casualty insurance regulatory team will monitor the workshop. For a copy of the reporting template or workshop agenda, please contact Erin VanSickle or any member of the Property and Casualty Insurance group for additional information.

Workshop details are as follows:

RULE NO. 69O-171.011

DATE: Thursday, February 24, 2022

TIME: 1:00 p.m. EST

PLACE: Larson Building
Room 116
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399

To register and participate online, visit

To access via telephone, dial 866-901-6455 access code 622-739-615.


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