Supreme Court strikes down lawsuit against Florida insurer

The Florida Supreme Court is ruling that the state’s major property insurer is immune from certain types of lawsuits.  The state’s high court on Thursday unanimously ruled that Citizens Property Insurance was shielded from a bad faith lawsuit filed by a Pensacola-area condominium association.      Read the article…………


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