Insuring Against Litigation: Demotech, 4Warn, & the Battle Against Florida’s Litigation Surge Abuse (AoB S1E8)

Is the insurance crises in Florida due to bad insurance practices or litigation abuse. In this episode, Nick discusses the topic with Todd Kozikowski of 4Warn and Joe Petrelli of Demotech (a national insurance company rating agency) Introduction – Quick overview of Demotech’s history and its critical role in rating insurance companies. – Introduction of … Read more

The Bad, The Ugly, & The Disruptive (History) of Florida Insurance Litigation – Wes Todd, CEO of CaseGlide (The Assignment of Benefits Podcast S1E1)

– Mold is Gold Florida’s insurance market is a mess! How did this happen? This this debut episode of Assignment of Benefits podcast, host Nick Lamparelli discusses the history of mass litigation in Florida and its devastating affects on the Florida insurance marketplace with Wesley Todd, CEO of CaseGlide (St. Pete, FL) From Hurricane Andrew to “mold is gold” … Read more

Following a Hurricane’s Landfall, What Can Be Known About Insured Losses? A Primer for Insurance Executives

(Para Español – Aqui) In October 2015, a powerful Saffir-Simpson Category 5 tropical cyclone made landfall on the Pacific coast of Mexico, about 200 km south of Puerto Vallarta. That was hurricane Patricia, which caused an estimated USD 350 Million in uninsured damages, mainly to infrastructure, housing, and farms. Insured losses were even less, due … Read more