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Insurance reform may already be DOA for 2019

Florida lawmakers have wrestled with ways to reform the “one-way” attorney fee provision in the state’s assignment-of-benefits (AOB) law since 2013 to no avail.

This year, Senate Business and Industry Committee Chairman Doug Broxson, R-Gulf Breeze, thought he’d found a way to address AOB reform by introducing Senate Bill 122, a relatively modest proposal to limit the “one-way” attorney fee provision only to homeowners rather than contractors and attorneys.