Beginning in February, Citizens will be able to force commercial and residential property policyholders who file claims for all non-weather water losses to use the company’s preapproved contractor or agree to limit their total payout to $10,000.
Beginning in February, Citizens will be able to force commercial and residential property policyholders who file claims for all non-weather water losses to use the company’s preapproved contractor or agree to limit their total payout to $10,000. J. Albert Diaz Miami Herald file
Beginning in February, Citizens will be able to force commercial and residential property policyholders who file claims for all non-weather water losses to use the company’s preapproved contractor or agree to limit their total payout to $10,000. J. Albert Diaz Miami Herald file

Why should policyholders use an insurer’s contractor — or face a $10,000 cap?

October 16, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED October 16, 2017 03:00 PM

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