In Florida, the work of adjusting insurance claims engages the public trust. Policyholders, both commercial and residential, are generally not very sophisticated in insurance issues and therefore must rely on their insurance company to fairly and honestly adjust losses and timely pay the amounts due under the policy.

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In Florida, discovery in breach of contract actions usually centers around the mystical “claim file” which insurers guard more closely than their first born child. As most who read this blog already know, the “claim file” has been held to be generally protected by Florida courts, and usually undiscoverable in a breach of contract action.

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