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Premier Homeowners Insurance Video Web Ad

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Premier Homeowners Insurance is the online division of Moran Property & Casualty, located in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.  Ponte Vedra is located out at the beaches in Jacksonville, Fl.  This is where you will find our independent insurance agents working on solutions for customers locally and through out the Sunshine State.  We serve customers in areas like Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, and everywhere else in the state a consumer is looking to maximize coverage, while obtaining the best possible rate.  We offer all of the top A rated carriers you would want to insure your home, while offering outstanding support and personal service.  Check out Premier's newest home insurance video Web ad below:

 

If you are looking for a new insurance policy in Florida please give us a call today at 1-800-554-9142.  Working with one of the experts at Premier Homeowners Insurance will help alleviate an issues or fears you might have in finding the best coverage for your home.  It doesn't matter whether you are a new homeowners or just looking for a better rate on an existing policy, we recommend giving us a call so we can complete a free analysis of your current situation.  

 

by Morgan Moran

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State Farm To Increase Rates in Florida

Jacksonville Florida Homeowners Insurance News

The large homeowners insurance company, State Farm of Florida,  has just requested a 28 percent increase on homeowners insurance rates due to many sinkhole claims in the Sunshine State. This request comes as many Florida lawmakers are trying to fix the sinkhole issue occuring in the state.  There will be a legislative session which convenes March 8, 2011 to try and come up with a solution for the rising costs of homeowners insurance in Florida. 

Forida State Farm spokesperson Chris Neal recently said that the push for the rate request is the rise in the insurer’s non-catastrophe losses, which have increased by over 90 percent over the last few years. By far, he said, the majority of that increase is due to the rise in sinkhole losses. In 2007, the carrier paid out just $47 million in sinkhole claims, a figure that has increased steadily with the carrier paying out over $119 million in the first three quarters of 2010.

Read more today at:  http://www.insurancejournal.com/news/southeast/2011/02/01/182926.htm

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