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Florida is once again dealing with the aftermath of a Hurricane. On August 26, 2023, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued an Executive Order, which declared a state of emergency in counties projected to be targeted by Hurricane Idalia. The order provides a listing of the counties. 

The state of emergency allows the insurance commissioner to issue one or more general orders applicable to all insurance companies that serve any portion of the area under the state of emergency. The insurance commissioner, Michael Yaworsky, and the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) issued an emergency order following the landfall of Hurricane Idalia.

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