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How do assessments affect the true cost of your insurance?
How Reinsurance Makes Pocket $ense
Miami-Dade: Where does my premium dollar go?
Where does my premium dollar go?
Who Will Pay Citizens' Assessments After the Next Hurricane?

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Assignment of Benefits Reform Makes Pocket Sense
Assignment of Benefits: What You Need to Know
Reporting a Claim in Four Easy Steps
You’ve reported your claim to Citizens - What happens now?
How Citizens estimates Repair Costs

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Understanding the Sinkhole Claims Process
(Applicable only to claims filed on policies issued in 2012 or later)

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Citizens Condominium Policies: Types of Coverage

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Insurance Deductibles
Types of Coverage
Types of Homeowners Insurance Policies
Understanding cancellation and nonrenewal notices

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Mobile Home


Know Your Mobile/Manufactured Home Coverage Changes
Mobile Home: Types of Coverage

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Policy Discounts


Protect Your Home and Save Money

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Finding Coverage Options
Providing New Options for Florida Homeowners

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Depopulation Choices Program: At a Glance - Personal Lines

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Finding property insurance can be tough. FMAP makes it easier!

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Managed Repair


Using Citizens’ Managed Repair Program

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Are You Prepared for Storm Surge/Flood Loss?
Hurricane Coverage: What You Need To Know
Hurricane Preparedness Checklist
Hurricane Preparedness Kit
Mobile Home Claims after a Hurricane
Preparing a Home Inventory
FLASH: Emergency Board Up Checklist
FLASH: Getting Gutters Hurricane Ready
FLASH: How to Use Sandbags

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Prevent Fraud

Common property insurance fraud

  • Providing deceptive information as part of a claim about the cause or date of loss or property location
  • Knowingly inflating the value of damaged property on an otherwise legitimate claim
  • Intentionally damaging property to make a claim
  • Staging a burglary or theft and then falsely reporting a claim for stolen or damaged property
  • Asking a vendor to inflate a repair estimate or invoice by the deductible amount or more
  • Creating a false repair bill or receipt in support of a claim
  • Concealing the use of or misstating the value of a residence to an insurance agent to reduce an insurance premium
  • Submitting false information to or permitting false information to be submitted by an inspector in order to obtain a wind mitigation premium credit

Learn more about how you can identify, report and help stop insurance fraud.