2010 Florida Statutes
Authorization for individual self-insurer to provide coverage.
Authorization for individual self-insurer to provide coverage.—
An individual self-insurer having a net worth of not less than $250 million as authorized by s. 440.38(1)(f) may assume by contract the liabilities under this chapter of contractors and subcontractors, or each of them, employed by or on behalf of such individual self-insurer when performing work on or adjacent to property owned or used by the individual self-insurer by the department. The net worth of the individual self-insurer shall include the assets of the self-insurer’s parent company and its subsidiaries, sister companies, affiliated companies, and other related entities, located within the geographic boundaries of the state.
s. 43, ch. 90-201; s. 41, ch. 91-1; s. 48, ch. 93-415; s. 53, ch. 2002-194.