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ICYMI: AIA's Ron Jackson - Put Consumers Ahead of AOB Abusers

Contact: Marguerite Seidel
(202) 828-7196

With the Florida legislative session now underway, one thing that should demand policymaker attention is the notoriety of being named by the American Tort Reform Association as the worst state in the country for litigation abuse for 2017. The first New Year’s resolution that lawmakers should make is to reform assignment of benefits (AOB).

For more than 100 years, AOBs have been around in Florida to help complete work done for a claim covered by the insurance contract — in other words, AOBs are used to help resolve insurance claims, not promote litigation. But as of late, plaintiff attorneys and service contractors have turned their intended use upside down, using AOBs not to settle claims but to generate lawsuits and increase their fees.

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