|By Charles Elmore, The Palm Beach Post, Fla.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
He has had six insurance companies in nine years, he said. With hurricane season looming
"It's stressful," Goldberg said. "I have a baby at home and a full-time job. I have to worry about getting a cancellation notice every year. I have to waste days of my life dealing with this."
But homegrown companies also accounted for five of the seven carriers with the most complaints per capita among the top 30 insurers serving
Only 14 complaints out of 378 were for "underpayment of claim," Desjadon noted: "That tells me the time, energy and resource we put into understanding and evaluating a claim gets us to the right result the vast majority of the time."
But not all homegrown insurers are getting it right financially.
Don't blink in this market or you'll miss big changes. The sixth largest insurer in
Heritage recently told agents not to write new business in 18 South Florida ZIP codes, including two in