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“Marion County”

Mar
4
2010

Write to Representative Bryan Nelson and tell him to Withdraw House Bill 1447

Representative Bryan Nelson has sponsored House Bill 1447, which seeks — among other things — to limit sinkhole insurance coverage to 25 percent of the limits provided for in policy.

Feb
1
2010

Sinkhole Activity Not Limited to Areas of Florida with Limestone

Sinkhole activity isn’t limited to areas in Florida with high limestone levels, like Pasco and Hernando counties. You may find yourself in a situation where you are presenting minimal evidence of sinkhole activity, but the claim has to be paid because the engineering firm cannot determine the cause of the damage with any reasonable degree of specificity.

Jan
19
2010

Florida Legislators Reintroduce 2010 Consumer Choice Act

Although State Farm is staying in Florida, its insureds will be looking at probable rate increases.

Sep
19
2009

See a Map of Florida Sinkhole Activity

The State of Florida keeps rather detailed data on all reported sinkhole claims and several governmental entities have used that data to create maps exhibiting the most prominent areas for sinkhole claims. The Florida Geological Survey provides a Florida sinkhole map (PDF).

Sep
7
2009

Grout Cracks and Sinkhole Damage

In looking for signs of sinkhole damage, grout cracks should be evaluated.

Sep
3
2009

Devastation Caused by Sinkhole Collapse in Hudson, Florida

Tweet Breaking News: Hudson Sinkhole Collapse Shows Mother Nature”™s Power how to lose weight for men Hudson, Florida is not unfamiliar to the impact of sinkhole activity. This particular area records frequent and severe sinkhole activity throughout its residential and commercial areas. Today, however, one of the largest sinkholes in recent past presented itself in [...]