Fla. Resiliency Action Key To Insurance Stability: Experts

Law360, Miami (March 9, 2017, 10:02 PM EST) -- As concerns mount in South Florida about the potential effects of climate change and rising sea levels, governments need to address resiliency to ensure stability in insurance markets for property owners and possibly protect themselves from lawsuits, legal and insurance experts said Thursday in Miami.

Their warnings and recommendations came on the first day of a two-day event organized at the University of Miami by the federal government-backed Community Resilience Panel for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems, which brought various government officials together with experts from the fields of academics, insurance and the law to discuss climate change issues affecting the area....

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