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Hurricane Season Resources

Hurricane season is June 1 – November 30 and we urge all Floridians to review their insurance policies, understand their coverages, and protect their homes from the threat of flooding. Florida has one of the highest exposures and levels of risk to tropical weather events in the United States. Since 2016, Florida has experienced three consecutive Atlantic Hurricane Seasons with at least one hurricane making landfall during each season accounting for a combined total of more than $17 billion in estimated insured losses. The resources included below will help you become financially prepared for severe weather and we encourage you to continue monitoring this page for important updates throughout the storm season.

Message from
Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier

View message from the Commissioner

Hurricane Dorian

Florida Law for Early Prescription Refills Notice

Hurricane Claims Data Information:

October 4, 2019 Hurricane Dorian Claims Data
October 25, 2019 Hurricane Michael Claims Data
November 18, 2018 Hurricane Irma Claims Data
March 3, 2017 Hurricane Hermine Claims
March 3, 2017 Hurricane Matthew Claims Data

Additional Consumer Resources:

Executive Office of the Governor

Florida Department of Financial Services, Division of Consumer Services

Florida Division of Emergency Management
Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
Office of the Attorney General
Federal Emergency Management Agency/National Flood Insurance Program

National Association of Insurance Commissioners Resources

Historical Hurricane Season Resources:

2004 - 2018

Emergency Orders Emergency Rules Executive Orders
Hurricane Summary Reports Informational Memoranda Press Releases

Please note - some of these resources were not developed by the Office, and some links will direct you to websites not maintained by the Office.