SB 1088: Civil Remedies Against Insurers
GENERAL BILL by Brandes
Civil Remedies Against Insurers; Requiring an insured, a claimant, or a person acting on behalf of an insured’s or a claimant’s behalf, to provide an insurer with written notice of loss as a condition precedent to bringing a statutory or common law action for a third-party bad faith action for failure to settle an insurance claim; providing that an insurer is not liable for such claim if certain conditions are met; reenacting provisions relating to bad faith actions, to incorporate the amendment made to s. 624.155, F.S., in a reference thereto, etc.
Last Action: 5/1/2015 Senate - Died in Banking and Insurance
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Banking and Insurance (BI)
- Judiciary (JU)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Banking and Insurance; Judiciary; Rules -SJ 108
• Introduced -SJ 108
• On Committee agenda-- Banking and Insurance, 03/23/15, 1:30 pm, 110 Senate Office Building --Temporarily Postponed
• On Committee agenda-- Banking and Insurance, 03/31/15, 10:00 am, 110 Senate Office Building --Temporarily Postponed
• Died in Banking and Insurance
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