Fla. High Court Ends 48-Hour Lockout For Claims Adjusters
The Supreme Court of Florida said the statute is unconstitutional because it restricts the commercial speech of public adjusters. The statute is written with excessively broad language that prevents adjusters from initiating any written, electronic or oral communication with claimants, according to the ruling.
“We affirm the First District‘s decision that the statute unconstitutionally...
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