Opinion

January 30, 2009 11:06 AM

Commentary: State Farm flees Florida

Florida state regulators have denied State Farm Insurance an untimely rate request for a whopping 47 percent hike. So, the company has decided to get out of the property-insurance business in Florida, leaving customers with 1.2 million policies in the lurch. Is State Farm's goal zero risk and maximum profits?

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