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The Sinking Florida Property Insurance Market: A Panel Discussion

The Sinking Florida Property Insurance Market: A Panel Discussion

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Patrick Wraight, Academy Director, is bringing together four experts to discuss Florida, what happened in property insurance in 2022, what might happen in 23, and what it may mean for the rest of the country.


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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats On-Demand
Instructor Patrick WraightPatrick Wraight

Academy Director of Education, Patrick Wraight has gathered a panel of experts, who are observing, living, and working in Florida. Joining Patrick are:

  • Rob Norberg, AAI is an Independent Agent and Insurance Nerd Rock Star. He is the president of Arden Insurance Associates in the West Palm Beach area. Rob is a 22-year insurance industry veteran in South Florida. 
  • Ali Potter Clough, CPCU is an insurance consultant, author, and speaker. She is the Owner of Abi Leads, LLC and lives in the Tampa area.
  • William Rabb is the Southeast Editor at Insurance Journal. He is in the Panhandle.
  • Lisa Miller is the CEO of Lisa Miller & Associates. She is a podcast host, writer, and insurance advocate. She is in the Tallahassee area.

They will discuss what happened in Florida in 2022, what impact the special legislative session may have for Florida, what the year ahead may look like, and more.

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