State Farm, which will cede its position as Florida’s largest insurer within three years, when it plans to stop issuing property insurance, filed a review request with the state. It asked the Division of Administrative Hearings in Tallahassee for a review of the conditional approval of its plans. The company is still required to write policies in the interim period, under an order from Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty.
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