Civil Remedy Notice

In Florida, Civil Remedy allows an individual to sue an insurance carrier for damages to recoup court’s costs and attorney’s fees. In order to use this law, the person or their attorney, must submit a Civil Remedy Notice to the Department of Financial Services (DFS) and the insurance company at least 60 days prior to filing suit. This Notice must be submitted to DFS by using the DFS Civil Remedy website and then sent to the insurance company.


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