What is a Civil Remedy Notice?


According to www.myfloridacfo.com, “The Civil Remedy Notice is intended for use parties who are beginning the process of filing suit against an insurer, when a party feels they have been damaged specific acts of the insurer. The Notice is intended to meet a portion of legal requirements set forth in Section 624.155, Florida Statutes, which requires a party to file Notice with both the insurer and the Department of Financial Services (DFS) at least 60 days prior to bringing an action against the insurer. The DFS does not involve itself in the pre-suit negotiations or communications related to Notices as such actions are not within the scope of its statutory authority.” Read more about a Civil Remedy Notice here: www.myfloridacfo.com