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$154B

Insurance Industry Regulated by OIR

4,443

Insurance Related Entities in Florida

2.9%

Florida GDP Generated by Insurance Industry, 2018

194,248

Insurance Industry Jobs

 

IN THE NEWS


  • Florida Office of Insurance Regulation Highlights 2021 Leadership Efforts to Protect Consumers

    Published: Dec 29, 2021
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) is highlighting the leadership efforts made in 2021 to protect Floridians. “Thanks to Governor DeSantis’ leadership, the steps taken this year highlight Florida’s commitment to protecting insurance consumers,” said Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier. “In one of the most complex markets in the world, Florida has continued to pursue insurance regulatory efforts and reforms that remain focused on consumer protection and provide meaningful long-term stability to our markets.” The following items highlight the actions taken in 2021.
  • Insurance Commissioner Altmaier Issues Statement of Support for Governor Ron DeSantis’ FY 2022-2023 Freedom First Budget

    Published: Dec 9, 2021
    The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) released the following statement today in support of Governor Ron DeSantis’ 2022-2023 budget recommendations: “Governor DeSantis’ budget recommendations exemplify his commitment to protecting Florida consumers and businesses. The Freedom First Budget provides OIR with the necessary resources to continue to maintain a stable and competitive insurance market for consumers,” said Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier.
  • OIR Approves a 4.9% Decrease in Workers' Compensation Insurance Rates for 2022

    Published: Nov 12, 2021
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier issued a Final Order granting approval to the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) for a statewide overall workers’ compensation insurance rate decrease of 4.9%. The rate decrease applies to both new and renewal workers’ compensation insurance policies effective in Florida as of January 1, 2022.

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